Join ReVeAL (Regulating Vehicle Access for Improved Liveability) Webinar on May 26!

The ReVeAL project, of which TRT is a partner, is looking at how cities can successfully regulate vehicle access in order to create more attractive places for people and business.

Find out what kinds of access regulation measures are possible and what cross-cutting factors play a role in any successful implementation and register to our webinar “ReVeALing Space for People: Developing Good Practice in Urban Vehicle Access Regulations”.

We will also “ReVeAL” the story of the city of Ghent’s development as a forerunner in restricting access for vehicles to create space for people.

TRT and the national measures to limit coronavirus diffusion

  • 11 March 2020
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In line with the restrictive norms adopted by the national authorities, TRT has deployed all the recommended safety measures and the smart working. Therefore the company guarantees the regular development of the technical activities. The whole TRT staff is operational and fully engaged in carrying out the on-going studies.


We hope the emergency situation will be solved soon


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Job profile: Transport Economist

  • 19 February 2020
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Job profile: Transport Economist

TRT Trasporti e Territorio is an independent consultancy specialized in transport economics, planning and modelling. Established in 1992, the Company has earned a solid international reputation in supporting public and private actors thanks to its professional and R&D activities in the fields of transport projects appraisal and policy assessment.

Description of work:

We look to recruit one intermediate/senior consultant with knowledge in transport economics and understanding of European transport policies to join our team in the Milano office. The candidate should have experience of qualitative and quantitative research and/or evaluation methods. He/she will join our multidisciplinary research and policy team and will operate in an international environment in partnership with companies and universities of different EU countries. He or she will develop quantitative analysis, support the drafting and publication of reports, source and write scientific articles and contribute to communication, information and dissemination tasks within the projects. This is a full time role.

TRT involves innovative mobility startups within the HiReach Startup Lab

  • 25 November 2019
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The HiReach project, in collaboration with Impact Hub Vienna, has launched the HiReach Startup Lab, a Europe-wide accelerator program for mobility startups. The program is an opportunity to develop innovative solutions that address transport poverty. HiReach supports startups willing to improve the accessibility of urban and rural areas considering the needs of vulnerable citizens (low-income, women, children, elderly, migrants, etc.).

The accelerator program offers startups a unique opportunity to prototype their solutions with the support of a dedicated Host Company, professional business coaching, and financial support up to 20.000 EUR. The top 5-10 startups will showcase at the ITS European Congress in Lisbon in May 2020 and during the demo day in Brussels in September 2020.

The European project “HARMONY” was launched in London

TRT is partner of the international consortium appointed by the European Commission (Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, INEA) to exploit the HARMONY project Holistic Approach for Providing Spatial & Transport Planning Tools and Evidence to Metropolitan and Regional Authorities to Lead a Sustainable Transition to a New Mobility Era”. The project envisages developing a new generation of harmonised spatial and multimodal transport planning tools which comprehensively model the dynamics of the changing transport sector and spatial organisation, enabling metropolitan area authorities to lead the transition to a low carbon new mobility era in a sustainable manner. At the same time, demonstrations of new mobility services such as electric AVs and drones for freight delivery will take place to understand in real-life their requirements and impacts. The concepts and the model suite will be applied and validated on six EU metropolitan areas: Rotterdam (NL), Oxfordshire (UK),Turin (IT), Athens (GR), Trikala (GR), Upper Silesian-Zaglebie Metropolis (PL).

The impact of TEN-T completion on growth, jobs and the environment

RAPPORTO_completoThe European Commission has now published the study on “The impact of TEN-T completion on growth, jobs and the environment” performed by TRT in partnership with M-Five (DE) and Ricardo E&E (UK). The objective of the study is to quantify the impact of the TEN-T core network implementation until 2030, as well as the impact of each of the nine core network corridors separately, on European Union growth, jobs and the environment.

Transport Market Study:“Quantification of modal shift potential on the Rail Freight Corridor Rhine-Alpine”

  • 12 March 2019
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RFC RALPTRT led an international consortium conducting a study on behalf of the EEIG Rhine-Alpine EWIG to asses the impacts that specific improvements on the infrastructure and service on the Rail Freight Corridor Rhine-Alpine may have in terms of modal shift from road to rail. The study focused on three topics selected together with the Railway Undertakings: 1) heavier trains (with 740m trains), 2) faster trains (with a reduction of stops) and 3) more reliable trains (including the role of ETA).

Sustainable Urban Mobility Indicators (SUMI) Project for the European Commission, DG MOVE

  • 15 March 2018
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The SUMI project, lasting 24 months, provides technical support for the identification and the collection of a set of sustainable urban mobility indicators in 50 European large and small urban areas.

Main project activities are related to:

·      providing rigorous and consistent methodologies for acquisition, harmonisation and analysis of data; this includes the definition of a “mentor” for each indicator, i.e. a reference expert capable to sort out all related technical issues;

·      giving technical support to the urban areas and systematically collect their hands-on experiences; appointed “urban area coaches” have the responsibility to establish direct links between the project consortium and the urban areas and help city administrations to gather the needed data;

·      carrying on consultation, capacity building and dissemination actions addressed to subjects both inside and outside of the project;

·      preparing realistic, harmonised and sound recommendations for further improvement and extension of the indicator system.