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This year, Paris will welcome the 45th ASECAP Study and Information Days.
On the occasion of this expected event, the logo and the visual identity of the event website will convey the lively colours of France.
The ASECAP Days will be the occasion for high-level panellists representing toll road infrastructure operators, as well as other modes of transport, and EU policymakers to discuss the various developments for the decarbonization of transportation.
The two-day discussions will be marked by political and technical sessions about subjects falling under the responsibility of ASECAP’s various Permanent Committees (COPERs) affecting infrastructure financing, safe movement and smart mobility.
On the first day of discussions (Tuesday 30 May) the different developments for the decarbonization of transportation, as well as the finance tools for the new mobility needs and trends for the infrastructure of the future, will be examined from a political angle.
Furthermore, three policy sessions will be dedicated regarding the state-of-the-art on EETS, the smooth transition to more innovative, safe and efficient ITS solutions and road maintenance to provide road infrastructures offering the highest standards of safety.
Two technical sessions and one marketing session will mainly shape the second day (Wednesday 31 May). Experts will make presentations on subjects falling under the reduce of CO2 emissions and the digitalisation of motorway sector.
Finally, as a closing session, the EU and the US will discuss the current and future key challenges for the toll industry.
You will find the two-day conference programme on the event website.
The ASECAP days website, the Reets and the EETS web platforms are all developed by the ASECAP communication’s team in close collaboration with the communication agency, Page in extremis.
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