Multimodal Sustainable Transport: which role for the internalisation of external costs?
On behalf of the European Commission (DG MOVE), Ricardo are organising a conference in Brussels to consider first insights and major results from a study contracted out by the Commission on sustainable transport infrastructure charging and the internalisation of transport externalities.
Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc:
"In the year of multimodality, this study is important to help reducing the negative impacts from all transport modes, based on "user pays" and "polluter pays principles". Stakeholders have been questioning whether charges are coherent across transport modes. The study will provide guidance on how to promote a balanced and fair charging system across modes and create a truly competitive environment."
During the conference key sector experts will share their views on setting the right price for transport and there will be opportunities for you to discuss and understand the external costs across transport modes; how the ‘playing-field’ for the different modes can be balanced and how to better manage the impact of externalities.
||Registration and coffee
||The internalisation of external costs and the future of multi-modal transport – getting the facts right
||Matthew Baldwin, deputy Director-General, DG MOVE, European Commission
||Ms. Violeta Bulc, EU Commissioner for Transport
||First insights and initial results of the study “Sustainable Transport Infrastructure Charging and Internalisation of Transport Externalities” - followed by Q&A
||Huib Van Essen, CE Delft & consortium leader
||Panel discussion: Getting the price right for transport: the perspective and experiences of different transport modes - rail and road
|Moderator: Elisabeth Werner, Director Land, DG MOVE, European Commission
Mr. Matthias Maedge, IRU - General Delegate
Mr. Libor Lochman, CER - General Director
Mr. Kallistratos Dionelis, ASECAP - Secretary General
Mr. Ralf-Charley Schultze, UIRR - President
Ms. Julia Lamb ERFA -- Secretary General
||Lunch - A buffet-lunch is offered by the European Commission
||Panel discussion: Getting the price right for transport: the perspective and experiences of different transport modes - aviation and waterborne
|Moderator: Magda Kopczynska, Director Waterborne, DG MOVE, European Commission
Mr Chris Gadsden, Head of Regulation at EasyJet (A4E)
Mr. Martin Dorsman, ECSA, Secretary General
Mr. Olivier Jankovec, ACI - Secretary General
Mr. Nicolas Bour, INE - Vice Chair
Ms. Isabelle Rychbost, ESPO - Secretary General
||Panel discussion: External and infrastructure costs and the user- and polluter pays principle – which lessons for the future?
|Moderator: Per Haugaard, Director Policy Coordination, DG MOVE, European Commission
Ms. Karen Vancluysen, Polis - Secretary General
Ms. Celine Cluzel, Element Energy, Director (ECF)
Mr. Roger Kesteloot, CEO, De Ljin (member of UITP)
Ms Laurianne Krid, FIA Region I, Director General
Mr. Michael Svane, BusinessEurope, chair transport WG
Closing remarks and next steps
|Ms. Maja Bakran, Deputy Director-General , DG MOVE, European Commission
Reasons for attendance
- Gain a greater understanding of external costs and infrastructure costs, and how they are currently internalised
- Give us your opinion on possible policy applications for the internalisation of external costs
- Q&A with industry experts, the European Commission and other researchers
- An opportunity to network with transport experts from across the EU
Live webstreaming will be available on the day via the following link: https://webcast.ec.europa.eu/sustainable-transport-infrastructure-charging-and-internalisation-of-transport-externalities-17-12-18
Who should attend
All interested stakeholders are welcome to participate. Please note that the capacity of the venue limits attendance to 250 participants, and that we encourage attendees to register at their earliest convenience due to limited space. Please do not consider your registration valid until you have received an explicit confirmation by e-mail.
Date: Monday 17 December 2018
Location: Albert Borschette Congress Center, room 0A Brussels
Live Streaming will also be available. The link will be provided on the event webpage during the week before the event.
If you have any questions regarding the conference, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note you will need to provide security related information, such as ID number and valid date, to attend the conference. This will be required by Thursday 13 December to secure your attendance.
Registration is now closed for this event.