Contributions and Opinions of Stakeholders on Transport and Innovation
The International Transport Forum has invited international and stakeholder organisations within the transport community to share their views on the role of innovation in current and future transport systems.

European Intermodal Association (EIA) Top Down? - Bottom up!

by Klaus EBELING, Secretary General, European Intermodal Association

The Copenhagen Summit on Climate Changed showed that, while everybody was agreed on the dangers for the future, political change was impossible...  More

Fédération internationale de l'automobile (FIA)  FIA Viewpoint on Transport and Innovation

by Jean TODT, FIA President

The FIA is the world' leading mobility organisation. It represents over 100 million motorists via its 228 national clubs in 132 countries...  More

International Road Federation (IRF)  IRF - Gearing up for a Decade of Innovation

by Sibylle RUPPRECHT, Director General, International Road Federation (IRF)

Whilst unprecedented technological advances opened up new frontiers of opportunity, the first ten years of the 21st century also heralded an unprecedented series of economic, social and environmental upheavals...  More  

International Road Transport Union (IRU)  Road Transport and Innovation

by Janusz LACNY, President, International Road Transport Union (IRU)

In the current globalised world economy, road transport is no longer merely a mode of carriage, but has become a vital production tool in every supply chain...  More

UITP  UITP Statement

by Hans Rat, Secretary General, International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

UITP launched in June 2009 an ambitious strategy for the public transport sector with the objective to double the market share of public transport worldwide by 2025. The implementation of these measures will require both technology and policy innovation...  More