CEDR was recently proud to sponsor and participate in the FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting (FIRM 15), which took place on April 22-23 in Brussels.
This was the latest step in implementing a Memorandum of Understanding between CEDR and FEHRL, signed in December 2014. A number of CEDR-funded research projects presented their results and lessons learned to an audience that brought together more than 100 transport infrastructure research experts from Europe and further afield. In addition, CEDR members participated in panel debates and discussions on the need for innovative solutions to the challenges facing Europe’s road network.
-Pat Maher, CEDR EB member, participation in the roundtable discussion “Investing in innovative transport infrastructure, a critical matter at stake for competitiveness and social cohesion”.
-Pieter De Winne, Chair, TG Research, presentation on the needs and challenges of the Transport Infrastructure owners in terms of innovative operations solutions.
-Oliver Ripke, PEB Chair for CEDR 2012 research call on recycling, moderation of a debate on the needs and challenges of the Transport Infrastructure owners in terms of innovative engineering solutions.
-Presentations from the CEDR-funded research projects AllBack2Pave, HISPEQ and RE-GEN.