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
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.…
24
Sep2021

16th Florence Air Forum: Navigating towards the decarbonisation of European aviation

The European Green Deal sets the objective of transforming Europe into the world’s first climate neutral continent by 2050. In…
04
Jun2021

8th Florence Intermodal Forum: Greening European Cargo Operations

Cargo transport is an important sector for the European economy, representing 6% of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Roughly 75%…
19
Mar2021

21st Florence Rail Forum. Towards International Passenger Corridors

Railway transport is the backbone of sustainable mobility. The modal share of passengers transported by rail in the EU Member…
04
Dec2020

20th Florence Rail Forum. The Governance of Rail Freight Corridors

The modal shift from road to rail freight transport represents an important pillar of the EU strategy to make the…
20
Nov2020

14th Florence Air Forum: The Role of Airports in the European Green Deal

Air 
The European Green Deal reaffirms the European Commission’s commitment to achieving climate neutrality by 2050 and calls for significant transformations…
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Transport Knowledge

Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?
Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?

The paper “Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?” will be…

Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift
Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift

The paper “Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift” will be presented at…

How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations
How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations

The paper “How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations” will…

Rail renaissance strategy
Rail renaissance strategy

The paper “Rail renaissance strategy” will be presented at the 2nd Florence Rail Conference (9-10 December, 2021). ABSTRACT: The European Union…

Is there an effect on prices of market entry in open-access rail Italian market?
Is there an effect on prices of market entry in open-access rail Italian market?

The paper “Is there an effect on prices of market entry in open-access rail Italian market?” will be presented at…

Modal shift – A dream?
Modal shift – A dream?

The paper “Modal shift – A dream?” will be presented at the 2nd Florence Rail Conference (9-10 December, 2021). ABSTRACT: The…

Regulatory approaches to rail competitive entries
Regulatory approaches to rail competitive entries

The paper “Regulatory approaches to rail competitive entries” will be presented at the 2nd Florence Rail Conference (9-10 December, 2021).…

Achieving mode shift – what needs to be done?
Achieving mode shift – what needs to be done?

The paper “Achieving mode shift – what needs to be done?” will be presented at the 2nd Florence Rail Conference…

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