Scientific Program


Day 1 - Monday, February 2nd

09:00 Welcome of Attendees
09:30 - 10:30 Opening Ceremony
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair: Christian Philip, Secretary General, CODATU

Bernard Rivalta, Vice-President of CODATU, President of SYTRAL, Lyon, France
Mehmet Karaca, Rector of İTÜ (İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi), Istanbul, Turkey
Laurent Bili, Ambassador of France in Turkey
Mehmet Emin Birpınar, Deputy Undersecretary at Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation, Turkey
Kadir Topbaş, Mayor of Istanbul, President of UCLG, Turkey

10:30-11:00 Press Release
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by SYSTRA
11:00-12:30 Panel Session "Cities' Actions for Mitigation"
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair:  Ayla Jean Yackley, Journalist at Reuters, Istanbul

Gustavo Petro, Mayor of Bogota, Columbia
Pam O'Connor, Mayor of Santa Monica, California, US
Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, Mayor of Tehran, Iran
Louis Nègre, President of GART and Vice President of Nice Metropolitan Municipality, France
Michel Tindano, General Director of SOTRAL, Societé des Transports de Lomé (SOTRAL), Togo
Mümin Kahveci, General Manager of IETT, Istanbul, Turkey

12:30-14:00 Lunch Sponsored by IVECO BUS
14:00-15:30 Plenary Session "Urban Transport and Climate Change"
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair: Mary Crass, Head of Policy and Summit Preparation, International Transport Forum (ITF)

Suzana Kahn Ribeiro,Vice-Chair of WG III of IPCC and Sub secretary of Green Economy, Rio de Janeiro Environment State Secretary, Brazil
Michael Replogle, Managing director for policy and founder, ITDP
Dario Hidalgo, Director of Research and Practice, EMBARQ-WRI
Martin Stucki, Head of International Operations, Transitec Consulting Engineers Ltd, Switzerland/France

15:30-16:30 Plenary Session "Financing and Optimizing Benefits from Low Carbon Urban Transport"
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair:Mary Crass, Head of Policy and Summit Preparation, International Transport Forum (ITF)

Ian Jennings, Senior Urban Transport Specialist, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
Cornie Huizenga, Secretary General, Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) Partnership
Rima Le Coguic, Head of Transport, Energy and Sustainable development unit, Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
François Begeot, Head of Economic and Social Development Section, Delegation of the European Union in Ankara

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by SYSTRA
17:00-18:30 Closing Panel Session "On The Way to Cop21 Paris and Beyond: Expectations, Initiatives and Opportunities"
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair: Heather Allen, Coordinator, Bridging the Gap Initiative & Programme Director Sustainable Transport TRL

Mohamed Sajid, Mayor of Casablanca, Morocco
Ayman Smadi, General Director of Transport, Greater Amman Municipality (GAM), Jordan
Ronan Dantec, President of the Environmental Commission, UCLG, France
Alain Flausch, Secretary General, UITP
Pierre Mongin, President of RATP, Paris, France
Jean-Pierre Farandou, President, Keolis

18:30-18:45 Closing Speech
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
 
Bernard Soulage, Vice-Président, Région Rhône Alpes,  France
Pierre Serne, Vice-President, Région Île de France, France

19:00 Departure of Busses from ITU to Palais de France
19:30 Opening Reception Hosted by the French Embassy at Palais de France

Day 2 - Tuesday, February 3rd

09:00 - 10:30 Scientific Opening Scientific Session - Energy, Climate and Air Quality Challanges. The Role of Urban Transport Policies in Developing Countries and Emerging Economies
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chairs: Ela Babalik-Sutcliffe & Dave Maunder, Co-chairs of the CODATU XVI International Scientific Committee

Christian Philip, Secretary General, CODATU - Opening speech
Sanjivi Sundar, Distinguished Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institue (TERI), India - Assessment and Valuation of Externalities of Transport as Related to Energy and Environment
David Banister, Professor, University of Oxford, UK - Climate Change, Transport, and Cities

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by SYSTRA
11:00 - 12:30 Plenary Session: Planning Urban Mobility in Turkey
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair: Arzu Tekir, Director, Embarq Turkiye, Turkey

Abdulmuttalip Demirel, Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality
İlker Bektaş, IETT, Istanbul
Sönmez Alev, Izban, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality
Göktuğ Kara, EU Delegation of Turkey, Ankara
Abdullah Keskin, Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch Sponsored by TRANSDEV
BREAKOUT SESSIONS - BLOCK 1
14:00 - 15:30 French-Turkish Cities Session (Side Event)
Bucharest Meeting Room
14:00 - 15:30 Transport Policy (Sustainable Mobility Policy Assessment & Challanges)
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair: Dario Hidalgo, Director of Research and Practice, EMBARQ-WRI

Anthony D. May , University of Leeds (UK) - Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans for Developing Cities
Carlos Alberto Moncada Aristizabal, Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia) - Application of quasi-experimental designs for assessing transport policies in developing cities
Pablo Salazar Ferro, Centre for transport studies university of Cape Town (South Africa) - The challenge of finding a role for paratransit services in the Global South
Oliver Lah, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy (Germany) - Transferability of sustainable urban mobility solutions

14:00 - 15:30 Accessibility & Traffic Analysis (Techniques & Application)
Buenos-Aires Room
  Chair: Charles Rivasplata, SFMTA, San Francisco, USA

Yves D. Bussiere , Benemerita Universidad autonoma De Puebla (Mexico) - Will peak travel observed in northern metropolitan areas occur in the South?
Sabahat Topuz Kiremitçi, Istanbul Technical University (Turkey) - Urban accessibility and affordability: a case study for Istanbul
Marianne Vanderschuren, University of Cape Town (South Africa) - Development of a rural accessibility index for South Africa
Diego Escobar Garcia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Colombia), Urban lane redirection methodology based on an overall average accessibility analysis
Harold Hurel, Systra (France), State of the art and feedback from practices of mobility demand management

14:00 - 15:30 Bus Rapid Transit (Issues and Applications)
Lyon Room
  Chair: Rosario Macario, Professor, Instituto Superior Técnico - Lisbon Technical University

Daniel Oviedo Hernandez , University College of London (UK) - BRT Ahmedabad and Bogota
Sittha Jaensirisak, Faculty of engineering (Thailand) - Integrated Road Pricing and Bus Rapid Transit: an Assessment of Acceptability and Effectiveness
Güneş Uyaniker, Urban Planner, Transportation Planning Department, İETT, (Turkey) - An Optimization Model for BRT Systems: Istanbul Metrbus Case
Romano del Mistro, University of Cape Town Centre for Transport Studies Cape Town (South Africa) - Appropriate operating environment for feeder-trunk-distributer or direct road based public transport services in cities of developing countries

14:00 - 15:30 Panel Session by CODATU, WCTRS & EASTS: Aiming at Further Collaboration Between Societies with Focus on Capacity Building of Young Researchers and Practitioners in Developing Countries
Ho-Chi-Minh City Room
Chair: Kazuaki Miyamoto, Member of CODATU, WCTRS and EASTS & Professor at Tokyo City University, Japan

Cheng-Min Feng, President of EASTS & Professor at National Chiao Tung University, China
Yoshitsugu Hayashi, President of WCTRS & Professor at Nagoya University, Japan
Ali Huzayyin, Vice-president of CODATU & Professor at Cairo University, Egypt

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by SYSTRA
BREAKOUT SESSIONS - BLOCK 2
16:00 - 17:30 Energy, Climate and Air quality (Policy and Technology Initiatives)
Buenos-Aires Room
  Chair: Oliver Lah, Project Coordinator, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany

Zia Wadud , University of Leeds (UK) - CNG conversion of Vehicles in Dhaka: An analysis of air quality, GHG and congestion impacts
Thaned Satiennam, Khon Kaen University (Thailand) - Development of On road Emission and Fuel Consumption Models for Estimating Emissions and Fuel Consumption of Motorcycles in Asian Developing Countries
Dominique Breuil, École d'Ingénieurs en Génie des Systèmes Industriels (France) - Strategy to reduce carbon footprint integrating mobility, energy, territory and behaviours
Peter Mock, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT,Germany) - An international comparison of regulatory measures to reduce fuel consumption and emissions of passenger cars

16:00 - 17:30 Roundtable on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN-TR)
  Chair: Thierry Gouin, Projects manager, CEREMA, France

Roland Ries, Mayor of Strasbourg Metropole (France) - The experience of Strasbourg in conceiving, developing and implementing SUMPs
Matthias Merforth, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), (Germany) - Urban Mobility Plans - National Approaches and Local Practices
Bernard Gyergyay, Rupprecht Consult, (Germany) - Overview about SUMP from an EU perspective
Julien Allaire & Maël Martinie, CODATU (France) - A proposal to combine SUMP & NAMA

16:00 - 17:30 Round Table: Financing Low Carbon Transport
Lyon Room
Chair: Cornie Huizenga, Secretary General, SLoCaT

Open round table dialogue on the development of recommendation for a funding and financing framework for sustainable low carbon transport to effectively achieve the targets on improved urban access from the SLoCaT Results Framework on Sustainable Transport, while improving road safety, air quality and reducing GHG emiss from transport

16:00 - 17:30 Special session: WCTRS SIG H5 "Urban Transport in Developing Countries"
Ho-Chi-Minh City Room
Chair: Kazuaki Miyamoto, Professor, Tokyo City University (Japan) & Varameth Vichiensan, Research Fellow, Kasetsart University (Thailand)

Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Nagoya University (Japan) - QOL-based Energy and Environmental Sufficiency Seeking Transport and Urban Development - Case Study of Nanjing Under Rapid Urbanization
Rosario Macario, Instituto Superior Técnico - Lisbon (Portugal) - Energy Challenge in Transport Policy: Combined measures and decision making
Ashish Verma, Indian Institute of science of Bangalore (India) - Mode choice behavior of non-workers and its impact on environment and energy
Nuwong Chollacoop, National metal and materials technology center (Thailand) - Impact of biofuel promotion policy on the road transport
Ashish Verma, Indian Institute of science of Bangalore (India) - Analysis of pedestrian travel behaviour in Bangalore city and its environmental impact

18:00 - 19:30 CODATU Members General Assembly (restricted event)
Bucharest Room

Day 3 - Wednesday, February 4th

09:00 - 10:30 Plenary on Megacities
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN)
Chair: Haluk Gerçek, Professor, Istanbul Teknik Universitesi (ITU), Turkey

Haluk Gerçek, Professor, ITU, (Turkey) - Moving around the "Endless City": Urban Transport Policies in Istanbul
Pan Haixiao, Professor, Tongji University, (China) - What's the Effective Urban Transport Policy in Shanghai?
Krishna Rao, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (India) - An Urban Transportation Perspective of Mumbai, the Maximum City

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by SYSTRA
BREAKOUT SESSIONS - BLOCK 3
11:00 - 12:30 POSTER SESSION
Main Hall

Geanina Elena Suditu, Metroul SA (Romania) - The importance of marketing processes on the perception and image of public transport. Implementation stage for an integrated marketing policy in the Bucharest agglomerations
Rozalia Melania Boitor, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania) - Urban mobility and air quality in Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
Mirko Goletz, Institute of Transport Research (DLR, Germany) - Informal transport services in Bogotá and N'Djamena: Actors, interactions and characteristics
David Nelson, National Centre for Arts and Crafts (CNAM, France) - Imagining Complete Streets for Developing Africa
Baatarzorig Mandkhai, Kyushu University (Mongolia) - An Analysis on Rapid Urbanization Issues in Mongolia and its Externalities. A Case Study on Apartment and Ger Residential Areas in Ulaanbaatar City.
Romano del Mistro, University of Cape Town, Centre for Transport Studies Cape Town (South Africa) - Sufficient accessibility as a policy to inform urban patterns appropriate to mitigate climate change, air quality and energy challenges in developing countries.

11:00 - 12:30 LRT & MRT(Feasibility and Impact)
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN)
Chair: Ali Huzayyin, Professor, University of Cairo and Co-chair of CODATU Permanent Scientific and Technical Committee (PSTC)

Tahar Baouni, Ecole Polytechnique d'architecture et d'urbanisme d'alger (Algeria) - Impact of LRT Alger
Riadh Haj Taieb, President of Association pour le Développement Solidaire de Sfax (ADSS, Tunisie) - Light rail in Sfax
Ionut-Sorin Mitroi, Codatu from Romania / Metroul SA (Romania) - Evaluation of the performance of urban public transport connectivity. Background of the connectivity issues in Bucharest public transport main stops
Eugenia Alina Roman, Codatu from Romania / Metroul SA (Romania) - Intermodality - A Solution to the Problems of Large Urban Agglomerations

11:00 - 12:30 Special Session: Assessment of Public Transport Projects and Quality of Service
Buenos-Aires Room
Chair:Etienne Lhomet, Director, Des villes et des hommes, France

Abdullah Önder Turkoğlu, Transportation Planning Department (İETT), (Turkey) - Istanbul BRT (Metrobus) Punctuality Model
Pelin Alpkokin, Istanbul Technical University, (Turkey) - An Assessment of current operation and policies of Istanbul
Hurel Harold, Systra, (France) - Feedback and impacts of LRT projects in North Africa
Ved Mani Tiwari, Kochi Metro Rail Limited (KMRL, India) - Kotchi metro project

11:00 - 12:30 Special session: WCTRS SIG G6 "Disaster Resilience in Transport"
Lyon Room
Chair: Huapu Lu, Professor, Tsinghua University, China, & Ashish Verma, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India

Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Nagoya University, (Japan) - Sustainable Urban Mobility and Disaster Resilience
Huapu Lu, Tsinghua University, (China) - Disaster Resilience in Transport: Research challenges and Prospects
Ashish Verma, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) (India) - Disaster Resilience in Transport in India
Ruimin Li, Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS), Tsinghua university (China) - Empirical study of inclement weather impact on urban traffic conditions
Takayuki Akiyama, Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan) - ITS application in Disaster Resiliencee

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
BREAKOUT SESSIONS - BLOCK 4
14:00 - 15:30 Public Transportat in Asia (Planning and Impacts)
Buenos-Aires Room
Chair: Rao Krishna, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB), India

Abdul Azeez Kadar Hamsa, International Islamic University Of Malaysia (Malaysia) - Planning of Transit-oriented Development Cities for Greater Mobility
Atsushi Fukuda, Professor, Kasetsart University (Thailand) - Determinants of Land Use Change MRT Purple Line in Bangkok Metropolitan Region
Ravi Gadepalli, Shakti sustainable energy foundation (India) - Parking policy as a countermeasure to promote public transport usage: Case study of Nehru Place district centre in New Delhi, India

14:00 - 15:30 Freight Transport (Characteristics, Management & Evaluation)
Ho-Chi-Minh City Room
Chair: Laetitia Dablanc, Director of Research, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks (IFSTTAR), France

Sanjay Gupta, School of Planning and Architecture (India) - Characteristics of agro retail logistics in Metropolitan city of Delhi (India)
Binh Nguyen Thi, Vietnamese German University (Vietnam) - Freight transport management measures in the rice industry in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam: an overview and policy consideration
Dominique Breuil, Ecole d'Ingénieurs en Génie des Systèmes Industriels (France) - Evaluation and transferability of freight transport organisation in cities

14:00 - 15:30 Special session: Road Safety and Security in Cities (I)
Lyon Room
Chair: Ramzi Salame, Rector, University Saint Joseph, Beirut, Lebanon

Rami Semaan, Consultant and lecturer University Saint Joseph (Lebanon) - Case studies on city centers and soft modes plan, Beirut and Zahlé
Rafael Capdevila, Catalan Society of Geography, Barcelona (Spain) - Barcelona case study: How to develop organize and exploit a bike network? How to develop comprehensive approach for road safety including pedestrians, bike, motorcycles.
Tolga İmamoğlu, Road Safety Projects Manager, EMBARQ (Turkey) - EMBARQ Turkey RSLab Project

14:00 - 15:30 CODATU Session: LRT and MRT systems in developing countries
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN)
Chair: Youssef Draiss, Casatransport, Maroc

Jeremie Simon and Pierre Marx, Egis (France) - De l'importance du plan d'urbanisme sur le choix d'un reseau de tramway: exemples de Sfax (Tunisie) et de Tebessa (Algerie)
Eric Marie, Alstom - Axonis, (France) - Le nouveau systeme de transport urbain developpe par ALSTOM pour les villes des pays en developpement
Cecile Fere, Lyon Town-Planning Agency (France) - Les projets de TCSP dans les villes en développement : quelles dynamiques sur la structure urbaine, les projets urbains et le renouvellement de l'espace public ?
Nicolas Prego, Artelia, (France) - Outils d'aide à la décision des acteurs publics : quels enjeux pour les transports urbains ?

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by SYSTRA
BREAKOUT SESSIONS - BLOCK 5
16:00 - 17:30 Taxis (Operation in African Cities)
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN)
Chair: Tatenda Mbara, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South-Africa

Oluwasegun Aluko, University of Leeds (UK) - A system dynamics approach to understanding traffic law compliance problem in commercial motorcycle operation
Hassane Mahamat Hemchi, University of Bordeaux Montaigne (Chad) - Mototaxis or clandos between citizen adaptation and political reject in the city of Ndjamena
Porna Idris Traore, Université d'Abidjan (Ivory Coast) - Mototaxis in Ivory Coast
Assogba Guezere, The University of Kara (Togo) - Planning two wheels in Lomé for a sustainable urban mobility vision for 2030

16:00 - 17:30 Motorcycles (Challanges, Strategies and Evaluation)
Buenos-Aires Room
Chair: Rao Krishna, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB), India

Rebecca Heywood, M.I.T. (USA) - Challenges and Opportunities for Motorized Two-Wheelers in Asian Cities
Van Thi Cam Nguyen, Vietnamese German University (Vietnam) - Strategies for Integrated Urban and Transport Development in Motorcycle Dependent Cities - Case Study in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
Abimbola Odumosu, Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (Nigeria) - Sustainable Policy for, and Environmental Implications of, Motorcycle Operation in a Historical City (Kano, Nigeria)

16:00 - 17:30 Special session: Road Safety and Security in Cities (II)
Lyon Room
Chair: Ramzi Salame, Rector, Saint Joseph University, Beyrouth, Lebanon

Rayane Wehbé, TMS Consult (Lebanon) - Road safety audit, applications and procedures
Joel Yerpez, Director of Laboratory of Incidents Mechanisms - Road safety for calm urban circulation, lessons and findings from French cases
Ana-Maria Ciobica, Codatu from Romania / Metroul SA (Romania) - The assessment of road safety in the Romanian cities. The influence of the assessment process on the safety performance of public transport based on the SAFENET project

16:00 - 17:30 CODATU PSTC Session : Getting Researchers and Practitioners Closer
Ho-Chi-Minh City Room
Chair: Ali Huzayyin & Anthony May,Co-chairs of the Permanent Scientific and Technical Committee of CODATU

Ali Huzayyin, CODATU - Presentation of the Committee
Lorenza Tomasoni, CODATU - How to better link research and practice? Results from the internal PSTC survey.
Charles Rivasplata, SFMTA, San Francisco (USA) - Researchers and practictioners: presentation of some success stories of cooperation.
Tony May, CODATU & Rao Krishna, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, (India) - Proposals of future initiatives
Discussion

18:00 - 20:00 Attendees Cocktail at ITU

Day 4 - Thursday, February 5th

08:30 - 18:00 SOLUTION Project Final Mediterranean Workshop & Training (Side Event)
Ho-Chi-Minh City Room
BREAKOUT SESSIONS - BLOCK 6
09:00 - 10:30 Non-Motorised Transport & Sustainable Transport Policies (Access and User Attitudes)
Buenos-Aires Room
Chair: Valerie Ongolo Zogo, Professor, University of Yaoundé, Cameroon

Paulo Anciaes, University College of London (UK) - Mapping pedestrian accessibility and the quality of walking in an African city: Praia, Cape Verde
Dilek Çol Yılmaz, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (Turkey) - Prioritization of the bicycle network clusters integrated with the public transport system in Istanbul Metropolitan Area
Tatenda Mbara, University of Johannesburg (South Africa) - Achieving sustainable urban transport in Harare, Zimbabwe? What are the required milestones?
Yao Godefroy Konan, Ministry of transport (Ivory Coast) - Integrated planning of transport and land-use in Greater Abidjan

09:00 - 10:30 CODATU Session: Urban mobility in Africa
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN)
Chair: Nico McLachlan, ODA, Cape Town (South Africa)

Martin Stucki, Transitec Engineering & Consulting (Switzerland) - A policy paper for urban mobility in Africa
Nico McLachlan, ODA (South Africa) - How the introduction of bus rapid transit services can be structured to achieve multiple outcomes in cities of the developing world. Learnings from the design and implementation of the Cape Town MyCiti Integrated Rapid Transit system.
Antoine Atiou, City of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso),& Marie Dols, Lyon Town-planning Agency (France) - Institutional challenges for the implementation of an urban transport policy. The case of Ouagadougou
Matthias Nuessgen, EURIST (Germany) - Success factors for urban ropeway systems in Africa, Tools for transport planning and urban development

09:00 - 10:30 Special session: Young Academics Turkey
Lyon Room
Chair: Ela Babalik-Sutcliffe, Associate Professor, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Ezgi Kundakcı, Integrated Systems and Systems Design, Ankara (Turkey) - Safe Urban Speed Management
Başar Özbilen, Middle East Technical University, Ankara (Turkey) - Public Transport Smart Card Systems in Turkish Cities: The Challenge of Paratransit
Cihan Erçetin, Middle East Technical University, Ankara (Turkey) - Planning and management of bike-sharing: lessons from the Turkish case studies
Hıfzı Aksoy, Istanbul Technical University, (Turkey) - The change of regional transport accessibility over time by using spatial analyses
Ahmet Baş, Istanbul Technical University, (Turkey) - How New Urban Settlements can Effect the Urban Transport Demand in Istanbul: A Case Study of Kayaşehir

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by SYSTRA
11:00 - 12:30 Closing Plenary
Addis-Abeba Amphitheatre (Translation FR-EN)

Chairs: Ela Babalık-Sutcliffe & Dave Maunder, Co-chairs of the CODATU XVI International Scientific Committee

Ali Huzayyin, Vice-President, CODATU - Tribute to Jean-Claude Ziv
David Maunder & Ela Babalık-Sutcliffe, Co-chairs of the International Scientific Committee of the Conference - Wrap-up on scientific sessions
Students, Master in Engineering of urban services networks in developing countries (ISUR, France) - Wrap-up on Social Network
Tony May, Vice-President, CODATU - Research perspectives for the CODATU Community

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
TECHNICAL VISITS
(Registration for visits will done at the Registration desk on site)
14:00 - 16:30 TV # 1: Istanbul public transport system in partnership with IETT (Limited to 50 people)
14:00 - 16:30 TV # 2: Traffic Control System in partnership with Istanbul Ulaşım and Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (Limited to 30 people)