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
14
Jun2024

13TH FLORENCE INTERMODAL FORUM: URBAN NODES ALONG THE TRANS-EUROPEAN TRANSPORT NETWORK

Urban nodes along the trans-european transport network: how can stakeholders work together? The 13th Florence Intermodal Forum, organised by the…
27
May2024

20th Florence Air Forum: Assessing the airport ecosystem: which way forward?

Co-organised by the Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation together with the European Commission’s DG MOVE, aims at…
26
Apr2024

24th Florence Rail Forum: Revision of the Railway State Aid Guidelines

Organised by Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation (FSR-Transport), RSCAS, European University Institute in collaboration with European Commission…
29
Sep2023

23rd Florence Rail Forum | New Rules for Better Rail Capacity Management

Rail has a key role to play in making EU transport more efficient and sustainable, in line with the goals…
27
Mar2023

19th Florence Air Forum | Financing Air Traffic Management: Is there a need for a new approach?

Air Traffic Management (ATM) is a set of services which every State must provide for the safe and efficient operation…
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…
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Transport Knowledge

Integrating airlines in MDMS
Integrating airlines in MDMS

This article by Vasiliki Christidi, Group General Manager at SKY express, originally appeared in the European Transport Regulation Observer “Aviation and Multimodal…

An ambitious regulatory framework can help unlock opportunities for multimodal travel in Europe
An ambitious regulatory framework can help unlock opportunities for multimodal travel in Europe

This article by Koen Baekelandt, Head of Enterprise Regulations at Amadeus IT Group, originally appeared in the European Transport Regulation Observer “Aviation…

Aviation and MDMS: the passengers’ perspective
Aviation and MDMS: the passengers’ perspective

This article by Delphine Grandsart, Senior Reseacher at the European Passengers’ Federation, originally appeared in the European Transport Regulation Observer “Aviation and…

ATM regulations and financing – we need a vision first
ATM regulations and financing – we need a vision first

This article by Jan Klas, Director General of Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic, originally appeared in the European Transport…

ATM Financing
ATM Financing

This article by Alex Bristol, CEO of  Skyguide – Swiss Air Navigation Services Ltd, originally appeared in the European Transport Regulation Observer…

A Change in the Air Navigation Service Financing System? What is the Purpose?
A Change in the Air Navigation Service Financing System? What is the Purpose?

This article by Kálmán Seregélyes,  Head of Controlling and International Finances Department at HungaroControl, originally appeared in the European Transport…

Retail competition and electromobility
Retail competition and electromobility

Introduction Since the mid-1990’s, the European Union has embarked in the reform of the energy sector with the aim of…

UIC study on the regulatory framework
UIC study on the regulatory framework

With the implementation of the Fourth Railway Package the process of structural reform of the EU railways sector was completed.…

The necessary evolution of electricity contracting in railways
The necessary evolution of electricity contracting in railways

Railways are the largest electricity user in most EU Member States. Rail electric traction is very intensive in the use…

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