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14th ATRANS Annual
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Transportation for a better life:
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Annual Conference

14th

On 17-18 March 2021 at the Millennium Hilton Hotel Bangkok, His Excellency Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, Minister of Finance, Thailand made honor to preside over the opening ceremony of the 14th ATRANS Annual Conference on “Transportation for a Better Life: Future Potential of Transportation and Urban Model Post COVID Era” organized by Asian Transportation Research Society (ATRANS) in collaboration with International Association for Traffic and Safety Sciences (IATSS).

COVID-19 pandemic has already produced tangible impacts on urban mobility, leading to individuals' adjustment in daily activities, including in-home and out-of-home activities, as well as long-distance travel. So, it is vital important for cities of the need to rethink planning policies moving from city planning to urban life planning, acting on the dynamics of space and time with the imposition of the issue of geographical proximity as a factor on which to calibrate the spatial reorganization  of services, businesses and management of social dynamics.

The need to access a reliable digital infrastructure become increasingly important, and certain aspects of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are critical in a period of isolation as it will provide the increased ICT opportunities from telework, telemedicine, food delivery and logistics, online payments, remote learning and entertainment to avoid contact and reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection. Regional cooperation on transport connectivity would be the key issue in helping to provide effective response in the course of a pandemic and in the subsequent recovery efforts for Sustainable Development, building resilience, and for the public’s health and safety.

Nevertheless, the questions are for how long the recovery will take, what the future cities normal will look like, and what this means for our transportation, urban model/design, mobility systems, road safety as well as socio-economic characteristics and environment impacts such as decarbonization remains unclear.


OBJECTIVE AND GOAL
The objective of the conference is to bring together academia, experts, and those devising better solutions for the increasingly demanding challenge of Future Potential of Transportation and Urban Model Post COVID Era.


SPEAKERS FOR CONFERENCE SESSIONS
The reputable well-known speakers who are expert in transportation, urban planning, economics, autonomous vehicles, safety, digital technologies, and environment will be invited from government agencies, academic, and private sectors to deliver some talks in the conference sessions.


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Tentative Program



Opening Session





Morning Session | Session 1





Affternoon Session | Session 2





Affternoon Session | Session 3





Affternoon Session | Session 4





Proceeding




Proceedings and Compendium 2008-2022






ATRANS Annual Conference 2008-2021



Annual Conference & Other Activities 2021 - Session




Symposium & Other Activities 2020 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2019 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2018 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2017 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2016 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2015 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2014 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2013 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2012 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2011 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2010 - Session




Symposium & Other Acitivities 2009 - Session


Symposium & Other Acitivities 2008 - Session


Session 1/2021


Session 2/2021


Session 1/2020


Session 2A/2020


Session 2B/2020


Session 3A-1/2020


Session 3A-2/2020


Session 2B/2020


Session 3B-2(TH)/2020


Session Poster/2020


Session 1/2019


Session 2A/2019


Session 2B/2019


Session 2C/2019


Session 2D/2019


Session 3A/2020


Session 3B-1/2019


Session 3B-2/2019


Session 3C-1/2019


Session 3C-2/2019


Session 3D-1/2019


Session 3D-2/2019


Session 3E-1/2019


Session 1/2018


Session 2A/2018


Session 2B/2018


Session 2C/2018


Session 2D/2018


Session 3A/2018


Session 3B/2018


Session 3C/2018


Session 3D/2018


Session 1/2017


Session 2A/2017


Session 2B/2017


Session 2C/2017


Session 2D/2017


Session 3A/2017


Session 3B/2017


Session 3C/2017


Session 3D/2017


Session 1/2016


Session 2/2016


Session 2A/2016


Session 2B/2016


Session 2C/2016


Session 2D/2016


Session 2E/2016


Session 3A/20201620


Session 3B/2016


Session 3C/2016


Session 3D/2016


Session 1/2015


Session 2A/2015


Session 2B-1/2015


Session 2B-2/2015


Session 2C-1/2015


Session 2C-2/2015


Session 2D-1/2015


Session 2D-2/2015


Session 2E-1/2015


Session 2E-2/2015


Session 3A/2015


Session 3B/2015


Session 3C/2015


Session 3D/2015


Session 1/2014


Session 2/2014


Session 2B-1/2014


Session 2B-2/2014


Session 2C-1/2015


Session 2C-2/2015


Session 2D-1/2014


Session 2D-2/2014


Session 3A/2014


Session 3B/2014


Session 3C/2014


Session 3D/2014


Session 1/2013


Session 2A/2013


Session 2B/2013


Session 2C/2013


Session 3/2013


Session 3A/2013


Session 3B/2013


Session 3C/2013


Session 3D/2013


Session 4/2013


Session 1/2012


Session 2A/2012


Session 2B/2012


Session 2C/2012


Session 2D/2012


Session 2A/2012


Session 3B/2012


Session 3C/2012


Session 4/2012


Session 5/2012


Session 1/2011


Session 2A/2011


Session 2B-1/2011


Session 2B-2/2011


Session 3A/2011


Session 3B/2011


Session 3C/2011


Session 4/2011


Session 1/2010


Session 2/2010


Session 3A/2010


Session 3B/2010


Session A/2010


Session B/2010


Session Speaker/2010


Session 1/2009


Session 2A/2009


Session 2B/2009