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2017

STA, covered in the ‘Road Tech: Addressing the challenges of traffic growth’ report produced by ‘ The Economist’ Intelligence Unit (EIU)

The report examines the role of technology and smart engineering in addressing issues arising from the growth in traffic. The findings are based on desk research and interviews with innovators and subject matter experts. The STA Chairman, José F. Papí, is one of the 21

STA, covered in the ‘Road Tech: Addressing the challenges of traffic growth’ report produced by ‘ The Economist’ Intelligence Unit (EIU)

Rating the success of transport infrastructure project delivery – Technical Report 2/2107 published

Well-recognised tools have been developed/used to assess the viability of transport infrastructure investments such as cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) which compare the costs of delivery and operation/maintenance to benefits generated by the infrastructure. Other techniques consider the environmental and social impacts

Rating the success of transport infrastructure project delivery – Technical Report 2/2107 published

STA hosts a 4-day Start-up Bootcamp in the framework of the frontierCities2 (fC2) project

Preceded by a Consortium meeting on 18 September, STA hosted the Mobilisation Bootcamp of the EU-funded fC2 Accelerator  in its Brussels office from 19 to 22 September 2017. The 14 selected start-ups had the opportunity to go through some intensive training, meet their coaches and

STA hosts a 4-day Start-up Bootcamp in the framework of the frontierCities2 (fC2) project

2016

‘Earmarking fiscal income to transport infrastructure funding’, a column by STA Chairman José F. Papí

Today the cost of providing transport infrastructure is met directly through user charges, or indirectly through taxation. In the case of closed systems (rail, aviation), users pay for the infrastructure as a part of their overall transport charge. For open systems, primarily roads, there is

‘Earmarking fiscal income to transport infrastructure funding’, a column by STA Chairman José F. Papí

‘Safe and secure?’ an article by Mr. Patrick Asimus in anticipation to the forthcoming French presidential elections

Every year road accidents cause more than 3,600 fatalities and over 5,000 injuries in France. Furthermore in 2016 road fatalities increased by 3.1 per cent compared to the previous year. Notwithstanding, this situation is more or less the same across Europe so the time has

‘Safe and secure?’ an article by Mr. Patrick Asimus in anticipation to the forthcoming French presidential elections

STA, involved in the EC Acceleration Programme ‘frontierCities2 – Another Level of Impact’

The Smart Transportation Alliance (STA) will participate in the 24-month project ‘frontierCities2 – Another level of impact’, an EC-funded acceleration programme focused on FIWARE-supported solutions in the Smart Cities area. In particular, STA will lead the project’s Grant Management activities. FIWARE is a middleware platform,

STA, involved in the EC Acceleration Programme ‘frontierCities2 – Another Level of Impact’

2015

2016 STA Annual Conference and Innovation Awards Programme available

Following the postponement of the date initially planned due to the security situation in Belgium, we are glad to announce the Programme for the 1st STA Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony is available for download here. This one-day landmark event brings together key opinion leaders

2016 STA Annual Conference and Innovation Awards Programme available

STA Technical Sub-Committee on Road Restraint Systems holds fourth meeting in 2015

A fourth meeting of the Technical Sub-Committee on Road Restraint Systems was held last 3 December 2015. The meeting served to review the progress held towards the implementation of the ambitious roadmap of innovative measures promoted by STA members in the field of safety barriers.

STA Technical Sub-Committee on Road Restraint Systems holds fourth meeting in 2015

STA Welcomes a New Member: Global Design Technology (GDTECH)

GDTECH is specialised in crash and dynamic analyses of systems. In particular, they focus on Road Restraint Systems. They are recognised for the calculation of Road Restraint Systems (EN1317) products (such as safety barriers). They have over 5 years of technical experience and have successfully completed more than 30 crash

STA Welcomes a New Member: Global Design Technology (GDTECH)