For four days, the TRA Lisbon 2022 Conference will organise different sessions dedicated to specific conference themes. The TRA Programme Committee is now looking for Invited Sessions organisers for TRA2022, ranging from discussion panels and standard sessions to special types of workshops organised by any interested party of the transport community, tackling topics of their interest that the Programme does not cover.
Invited Sessions have an important role in adding to the strategic agenda and storylines of TRA2022. Find out here how to apply to organise an Invited Session by 3 June 2022!
Transport Research Arena, the largest European research and technology conference on transport and mobility, offers you a unique opportunity to present your company or project among the wide TRA audience, ranging from academia and decision-makers to industry and potential clients. The TRA2022 Sponsorship Packages provide broad visibility before and during the conference. Find out here how to become a sponsor!
Taking place in the exhibition area, the TRA2022 Side Events are organised by the stakeholders of the European transport community. The TRA Conference offers the opportunity to organise your own events, such as project meetings or platform assemblies, by facilitating the Lisbon Center of Congress (CCL) space and the TRA2022 networking opportunities. Find out here how to organise your event at the TRA2022 Conference!
The H2020RTR Conference took place on 29-30 March 2022 in Brussels. TRA2022 had a stand at the event to let the transport stakeholders know how research and innovation can reshape the transport and mobility system. During the conference, the stakeholders were able to discover detailed information on TRA2022 main themes, exhibitions and demonstrations.
Steve Phillips (CEDR) attended the “Novel Practices for Effective Road Assets Management” Workshop, organised by IRF on 31 March 2022. At the event, Steve Phillips presented TRA2022 as the platform for multi-stakeholder dialogue in the transport sector and highlighted the need for the transport infrastructure to be better developed alongside the energy and telecom infrastructure – a core message for the third theme of the TRA Conference.