Transport Executive Seminars

The FSR Transport Area’s core activity is the organisation of policy events. Starting from the experience of the Florence Transport Forums, since 2013 FSR Transport carries out targeted Executive Seminars on specific topics in transport regulation. The Executive Seminars are by invitation only and are jointly organised by FSR Transport and the European Commission, the EU Agencies, the Cabinet of the Commissioner for Transport. The Executive Seminar may also be organised thanks to the initiative of one of the donors of FSR Transport.

Recent Seminars
08
Oct2020

Executive Seminar on Speed and Speed Management in Road Safety Policy

The European Commission and EU transport ministers have set themselves ambitious targets for road safety for the coming decade: to…
29
May2020

Workshop on Air Traffic Management (ATM) Data Services

The Airspace Architecture Study (AAS), published in March 2019, set out a proposal for a future Single European Airspace System (SEAS) underpinned…
18
Mar2020

Enabling ATM data services: a workshop on the legal, regulatory and economic aspects, benefits and impacts

The Airspace Architecture Study (AAS), published in March 2019, set out a proposal for a future Single European Airspace System…
13
May2019

Executive Seminar on Code of Conduct for Computerised Reservation Systems

Air Ticket Distribution and Regulation 80/2009 on a Code of Conduct for Computerised Reservation Systems (CRS) The European Commission’s DG…
28
May2018

European Regulation of Airport Charges

Organised jointly by the European Commission Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) and the Transport Area of the…
22
Jan2018

Executive Symposium: Road Safety

Organised jointly by the Cabinet of Commissioner Violeta Bulc, the European Commission Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) and…
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Should airports’ financial losses resulting from COVID-19 be recovered by increasing airport charges?
Should airports’ financial losses resulting from COVID-19 be recovered by increasing airport charges?

This article by Ernst-Jan Heuten, Economist at the Office of the Chief Economist of the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and…

Charting a sustainable flight path for the EU aviation sector
Charting a sustainable flight path for the EU aviation sector

This article by Steven Truxal, Professor of Air and Space Law at Leiden University and Director of the International Institute of…

Towards a Smart and Sustainable Single European Transport Area: An Assessment of the Past 10 Years of EU Regulation
Towards a Smart and Sustainable Single European Transport Area: An Assessment of the Past 10 Years of EU Regulation

For more than a decade, hundreds of experts have gathered at the hills overlooking Florence to analyse the evolution of…

Mapping the MaaS sector: are specific rules for MaaS platforms needed or advisable?
Mapping the MaaS sector: are specific rules for MaaS platforms needed or advisable?

This article by Teresa Rodríguez de las Heras Ballell, Professor of Commercial Law at the Carlos III University of Madrid, originally…

What does Article 10 of the revised Rail Passenger Rights Regulation bring to travellers?
What does Article 10 of the revised Rail Passenger Rights Regulation bring to travellers?

This article by Guillaume Teissonniere, General Counsel at eDreams ODIGEO, originally appeared in the European Transport Regulation Observer “Towards EU-wide Intermodal Ticketing” (September, 2022).…

How regulating data sharing practices in the context of Mobility-as-a-Service can help deliver its environmental and social benefits
How regulating data sharing practices in the context of Mobility-as-a-Service can help deliver its environmental and social benefits

This article by Pauline Aymonier, Head of Public Policy – Smart & Sustainable City at TIER Mobility SE, originally appeared in the European…

The Role of Governance in Opening Data for the Mobility as a Service in Brazil
The Role of Governance in Opening Data for the Mobility as a Service in Brazil

The paper ”The Role of Governance in Opening Data for the Mobility as a Service in Brazil ” (Souza, F.L.C., Romeiro,…

Intermediaries do matter: voluntary standards and the Right to Data Portability
Intermediaries do matter: voluntary standards and the Right to Data Portability

The paper ”Intermediaries do matter: voluntary standards and the Right to Data Portability” (Nebbiai, M.) will be presented at the…

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