New STA Technical Report: A comparative study of road maintenance practices in Spain, United Kingdom, Germany, France and Italy

A new STA publication summarises the key conclusions of a study commissioned by the Spanish Association of Road Maintenance and Exploitation Companies (ACEX), under the overall coordination of specialist firm Etelätär Innovation and the Smart Transportation Alliance (STA). The objective of the study was to

New STA Technical Report: A comparative study of road maintenance practices in Spain, United Kingdom, Germany, France and Italy

STA participates in the 17th COTEC Innovation Summit

STA has participated as an Institutional Partner to the 17th edition of the COTEC Innovation Summit (Portugal). This year’s edition was held under the theme “From 4.0 to Industrial Renaissance. The Next Steps for a Post COVID Era” The event focused on the impact of COVID 19

STA participates in the 17th COTEC Innovation Summit

STA General Meeting 2/2020 and meeting of Sub-Committee on Road Restraints Systems held during May-June 2020

The second STA General Meeting of the year, held on Monday 25 May, agreed on the date and general theme of the next edition of the STA Annual Conference & Innovation Awards, among other subjects. The Sub-Committee on Road Restraints Systems (RRS) met as well

STA General Meeting 2/2020 and meeting of Sub-Committee on Road Restraints Systems held during May-June 2020

Book your agenda for the 5th edition of the STA Annual Conference & Innovation Awards: Tuesday 24 November 2020

The STA Annual Conference will bring together once again key opinion leaders, researchers and business professionals under the theme: “A new era in Transportation Infrastructures: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 crisis”. This new edition will serve to review in detail topics such as: A STA-driven

Book your agenda for the 5th edition of the STA Annual Conference & Innovation Awards: Tuesday 24 November 2020

New STA Technical Report reveals good road surface conditions allow reductions of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions up to 3.5% for light vehicles and 4% for heavy vehicles

A new STA publication (“Analysis of the relationship between road pavement maintenance condition, fuel consumption and vehicle emissions”) authored by Dr Elena de la Peña and Mr Jacobo Díaz of the Spanish Road Association has served to: Show the importance of road surface condition on

New STA Technical Report reveals good road surface conditions allow reductions of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions up to 3.5% for light vehicles and 4% for heavy vehicles

STA participates in the 1st Online Congress on Sustainable Urban Mobility (COMUS)

The first Online Congress on Sustainable Urban Mobility (COMUS) was held on 20-24 April 2020. This 100% online event gathered 110 panellists and 12,000 participants around topics such as sustainability, innovation and current mobility trends. STA President, J. Papí represented STA at the event with

STA participates in the 1st Online Congress on Sustainable Urban Mobility (COMUS)

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