The International Transport Forum is an intergovernmental organisation within the OECD system. Its 54 member countries are committed to tackling mobility issues for the 21st century. The International Transport Forum acts as their platform to advance transport policy and practice, with a view to ensuring transport's contribution to economic growth, environmental protection, social inclusion and the preservation of human life and well-being. The cornerstones of this work are the International Transport Forum's Annual Summit and the Research Centre.


ITF Member Countries

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Albania
Albania
Denmark
Denmark
Korea
Korea
Portugal
Romania
Armenia
Armenia
Estonia
Estonia
Latvia
Latvia
Russia
Russia
Australia
Australia
Finland
Finland
Liechtenstein
Liechtenstein
Serbia
Serbia
Austria
Austria
France
France
Lithuania
Lithuania
Slovakia
Slovakia
Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan
FYROM
FYROM
Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Slovenia
Slovenia
Belarus
Belarus
Georgia
Georgia
Malta
Malta
Spain
Spain
Belgium
Belgium
Germany
Germany
Mexico
Mexico
Sweden
Sweden
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Greece
Greece
Moldova
Moldova
Switzerland
Switzerland
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Hungary
Hungary
Montenegro
Montenegro
Turkey
Turkey
Canada
Canada
Iceland
Iceland
Netherlands
Netherlands
Ukraine
Ukraine
Chile
Chile
India
India
New Zealand
New Zealand
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
China
China
Ireland
Ireland
Norway
Norway
USA
USA
Croatia
Croatia
Italy
Italy
Poland
Poland
 
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
Japan
Japan
Portugal
Portugal
     Morocco
Morocco (Observer)


 

Presidency 2014

First Vice-Presidency 2014:
 
New Zealand

 

Second Vice-Presidency 2014: Denmark