Transport Forums

The FSR Transport Area’s core activity is the organisation of policy events, called Florence Transport Forums, where representatives of the European Commission, regulatory authorities, operators, academics and other relevant stakeholders meet to discuss and shape trans­port-relevant regulatory policies for Europe. The Transport Forums’ topics are selected by the Area Director in cooperation with members of the Advisory Council, the Scientific Advisors and the European Commission.

More than 45 such events have taken place to date.

Recent Forums
10
Feb2023

11th Florence Intermodal Forum: Aviation and Multimodal Digital Mobility Services in the EU

Multimodal digital mobility services (MDMS) are instrumental to fostering multimodality as they promote comparability, transparency, and the selling of products…
09
Dec2022

22nd Florence Rail Forum: Electricity and Infrastructure Managers - Is there a Need for Regulation?

Electricity is used for railway traction. With the 4th Railway Package, traction current became excluded from the Minimum Access Package…
25
Nov2022

10th Florence Intermodal Forum: Creating a Common European Mobility Data Space

Transforming Europe into a climate neutral economy by 2050 in line with the European Green Deal places a particular responsibility…
13
May2022

18th Florence Air Forum | Towards Resilient and Sustainable Aviation: Implications for Competition and Competitiveness

The COVID-19 pandemic has almost forced the aviation industry to a halt in 2020, at least when it comes to…
02
May2022

9th Florence Intermodal Forum | Towards EU-wide Intermodal Ticketing

Starting from 2018 ‘Year of Multimodality’, the European Commission has put together a number of legislative and policy initiatives relating…
22
Oct2021

17th Florence Air Forum . Short- and mid-term Covid-19 effects on the aviation sector. Competition law perspective

While air traffic levels have increased compared to Spring and Summer 2020, recovery is still slow and full of uncertainty.…
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Transport Knowledge

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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