KOTI Logo2012 KOTI-ITF/OECD Seminar on Seamless Public Transport for All

CC5 Conference Centre, OECD, Paris, France
Tuesday 6 March 2012

 

The International Transport Forum (ITF) and Korea Transport Institute (KOTI) will hold the third joint seminar on “Seamless Public Transport for All” at OECD headquarters on 6 March  2012.

This event is geared at identifying how to promote ‘seamless’ public transport in its planning, design, and operation. The result of the seminar will be research input to the International Transport Forum’s 2012 Summit in Leipzig, Germany in May.

There were three consecutive sessions consisting of six presentations from both Korean and European experts and panel discussions followed. The session topics and presentation titles are decided as:

Session 1: Seamless Public Transport Strategy for National Perspectives
- One nation, One seamless transport city, Sang-Min LEE, KOTI, Korea PDF
- Simple, seamless public transport across the nation: Dutch experience in Implementing the OV-chipkaart, Francis CHEUNG, Netherlands PDF

Session 2: Better Network Design for Seamless Public Transport Operation
- Better network design for seamless public transport: Physical integration of public transport network, Young-Jong KWON, Korea PDF
- Key factors of network design for seamless, intra-regional public transport, Gutav NIELSEN, Norway PDF

Discussion notes, Sangjin HAN, International Transport Forum PDF

Session 3: New Technology to Facilitate Seamless Public Transport Operation
- Information and fare Integration, One Card All Pass, Jungsil LIM, Korea PDF
- The future of Oyster card in London, Matthew HUDSON, United Kingdom PDF
- Discussion, Wonjae JANG, Korea Transport Institute, Korea PDF

Wrap-up remarks PDF

Policy Brief: Towards Seamless Public Transport PDF

 

 

Interviews with Dr Gyeng Chul KIM, President of KOTI:


Dr Gyeng Chul KIM, President of KOTI,
on the use of technology in the Seoul public transport
initiative and on tackling CO2 emissions

Dr Gyeng Chul KIM, President of KOTI,
on Seoul's public transport reform,
switching from car use, and the future of public transport.
Interview transcript PDF

 



Stephen Perkins, International Transport Forum, Kurt van Dender International Transport Forum,  Dr Gyeng Chul KIM, President of Korea Transport Institute


Participants at the KOTI-ITF/OECD Seminar on Seamless Public Transport for All

 

Seminar Programme

Draft programme PDF

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