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  1. 1. XXIVth World Road Congress Mexico City from 26th to 30th September 2011Provisional detailed program of the congress sessions Mobility, Sustainability and Development
  2. 2. XXIVth World Road Congress Mexico City, from 26th to 30th September 2011 Roads for a better life. SuMMARy 3 Message from the President of PIARC 4 Sessions of the World Road Congress 4 Plenary Sessions 6 Session Program (English) 6 Thursday 27 9:00-12:30 hrs. 7 Thursday 27 15:00-18:30 hrs. 8 Wednesday 28 9:00-12:30 hrs. 9 Wednesday 28 14:00-14:30 hrs. 10 Wednesday 28 15:00-18:30 hrs. 11 Thursday 29 9:00-12:30 hrs. 13 Thursday 29 15:00-18:30 hrs. 14 Friday 30 9:00-12:30 hrs. 16 Expo Map 18 Session Program (French)Welcome - Summary 2 www.aipcrmexico2011.org • www.piarcmexico2011.org
  3. 3. Message from Anne-Marie Leclerc, President of the World Road Association Mot de la Présidente, madame Anne-Marie Leclerc Mensaje de Anne-Marie Leclerc, Presidenta de la Asociación Mundial de Carreteras. Welcome Bienvenue BienvenidosOn behalf of the World Road Association, I am Au nom de l’Association mondiale de la route, En nombre de la Asociación Mundial deproud to welcome you to the XXIV World Road je suis fière de vous souhaiter la bienvenue Carreteras, me complace dar a ustedes laCongress. This is a must-attend event for à ce XXIVe Congrès mondial de la route. bienvenida al XXIV Congreso Mundial demembers of the international road community, Rendez-vous incontournable des membres Carreteras. Este es un evento de asistenciawhere all participants will have an opportunity de la communauté routière internationale, ce obligada para los miembros de la comunidadto expand their knowledge and share their Congrès permettra à tous ses participants internacional de las carreteras, porque todosexperiences. d’enrichir leurs connaissances et de partager los participantes reciben la oportunidad de leurs expériences. ampliar sus conocimientos y compartir susRevolving around the theme “Roads for a better experiencias.life: Mobility, sustainability and development”, Sous le thème «Des routes pour bien vivrethe program for the Congress focuses on the : Mobilité, durabilité et développement», le Bajo el tema “Caminos para vivir mejor:challenges that the transportation industry must programme du congrès s’intéresse aux défis Movilidad, Sustentabilidad y Desarrollo”, elovercome in the area of sustainable development de la mobilité durable auxquels doit faire face programa del Congreso se enfoca en los retosfrom a political, strategic and technical perspective. le secteur des transports abordant les points a los que se enfrenta la industria del transporteWithin this context, topics such as environmental de vue politique, stratégique et technique. en el área del desarrollo sustentable desde unaresponsibility, financing, safe mobility, the impact Ainsi, des sujets tels que la responsabilité perspectiva política, estratégica y técnica. Enof climate change on infrastructures, and the environnementale, le financement, la mobilité este contexto, temas como la responsabilidadsustainability and security of road networks will sûre, l’impact des changements climatiques sur ambiental, financiamiento, seguridad vial,be discussed during the various sessions. les infrastructures, la durabilité et la sécurité des el impacto del cambio climático en la réseaux routiers sont au cœur des séances de infraestructura y la sustentabilidad y seguridadThe exhibition, on fringe of the technical votre congrès. de las redes de carreteras serán discutidoscomponent of the Congress, will contribute to the durante las diversas sesiones.success of this significant event by providing to L’exposition en marge du congrès techniqueGovernment members an exceptional showcase contribue au succès de cet évènement majeur La exposición al margen del componenteto highlight the dynamism of the transportation en offrant une vitrine exceptionnelle aux técnico del Congreso, contribuirá al éxito decommunity in their country within their respective Gouvernements membres, pour mettre en este significativo evento al proporcionar anational pavilions, where governments and valeur par le dynamisme de la communauté los miembros gubernamentales un magníficocompanies gather to create a better-performing des transports de leur pays à l’intérieur de escaparate para destacar el dinamismo de lapublic service. leurs pavillons nationaux où Gouvernements et comunidad del transporte en su país; a través entreprises s’associent pour un service public de sus pabellones nacionales donde gobiernosThis Congress not only represents the culmination encore plus performant. y empresas mostrarán conjuntamente comoand fusion of four years of remarkable efforts by lograr un mejor desempeño del serviciohundreds of experts, it also marks the adoption Le Congrès est non seulement l’aboutissement público.of the Strategic Plan and the beginning of et la synthèse de quatre années de travauxthe next work cycle. Your active participation remarquables menés par plusieurs centaines Este Congreso no solo representa la culminaciónand contributions are essential to ensuring a d’experts mais il marque également l’adoption y fusión de cuatro años de esfuerzo remarcablecertain degree of continuity, and to project the du plan stratégique et le lancement du prochain realizado por cientos de expertos, sino la adopciónAssociation into the future in order to meet the cycle de travail. Votre participation active et del Plan Estratégico y el inicio del siguientenext challenges of the industry. votre contribution est donc essentielle pour ciclo. Su participación activa y contribuciones assurer une certaine continuité et, nécessaire son esenciales para asegurar un cierto gradoThe Mexican Organizing Committee has pour projeter l’Association vers l’avenir afin de de continuidad y proyectar la Asociación haciaaccomplished a Herculean task in order to relever les prochains défis de l’industrie. el futuro con el fin de responder a los próximosprovide you with an enriching, attractive and retos de la industria.extremely relevant program. I encourage you to Le comité organisateur mexicain a accompli undo everything in your power to make this event travail colossal pour vous offrir un programme El Comité Organizador Mexicano ha realizadoa resounding success that will contribute to the enrichissant, attrayant et des plus pertinents. una labor titánica con el propósito de ofreceradvancement of knowledge in the fields of roads Je vous invite donc à tout mettre en œuvre un programa enriquecedor, atractivo yand transportation. pour faire de cet événement un succès qui relevante en extremo. Yo los exhorto a poner contribuera à faire avancer les connaissances su mayor esfuerzo para que este evento se dans le domaine de la route et des transports. convierta en un éxito rotundo que contribuya al avance del conocimiento el campo de las carreteras y el transporte. 3
  4. 4. XXIVth World Road Congress Mexico City, from 26th to 30th September 2011 Roads for a better life. SESSIONS OF ThE WORlD plENARy SESSIONS ROAD CONGRESS OPENING CEREMONY Opening Ceremony Monday 26 Morning 9:30-12:00 Palacio de Valparaiso All Congress delegates, accompanying persons and exhibitors are welcomed For security reasons, all participants will have to be in the congress room at 9.30 a.m. to this ceremony where the President of Mexico, Felipe Calderon Hinojosa Outline: will do the honor of opening the XXIVth World Road Congress. The opening ceremony is placed under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Mexico Mr. Felipe Calderón Hinojosa who will deliver the opening speech. The Opening session will comprise: MINISTERS’ SESSION • Welcome speech by Fausto Barajas Cummings, President of the Organizing Committee • Presentation of the Technical Program of the Congress by Jean-François Corté, This session will be chaired by the Secretary of Communications and Secretary General of the World Road Association Transport of Mexico and the discussion topic will be: “Sustainable mobility • PIARC Prize Awards Presentation within social policy”. • Address by Dionisio Pérez-Jácome Friscione, Mexicos Secretary of State Secretaria de Comunicaciones y Transportes • Address by Anne-Marie Leclerc, President of the World Road Association Ministers from all over the world responsible for road policy will share their • Opening speech by Mr. Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, President of the Republic of Mexico points of view in a plenary session about important issues and experiences to improve the decision making process. Ministers Session Monday 26 Afternoon 15:00-17:30 Palacio de Valparaiso CLOSING SESSION Outline: "Sustainable mobility within social policy" is the theme of the Ministers’ session. In this session the conclusions, general report and the Strategic Plan Ministers from all around the world will be invited to share their point of view and explain 2012 – 2015 will be presented. Furthermore, the handover to the next host the current challenges facing their countries and the solutions they are implementing. This session will be chaired by the Secretary of Communications and Transport of Mexico country organizing the XXV World Road Congress will take place. The session will be divided into three panel discussions: • Transport sustainable financing KEYNOTE SPEECHES • Safe mobility • Environmentally responsible development On Tuesday 27th, Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th three keynote Closing Ceremony speeches will be delivered in plenary session after the parallel sessions. Friday 30 Afternoon 14:00-15:30 Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Outline: STRATEGIC DIRECTION SESSIONS The closing session will include a summary of the congress highlights and a presentation on the future 2012-2015 Strategic Plan which will guide the activities of the World Road Association in the coming four years. With the support of National Reports received from the Call for Papers, these The host country of the next World Road Congress, Korea, will invite delegates to sessions will focus on future prospects from a political and strategic vision. experience the wonders and innovation of their country during an official handover of the They are organized and chaired by the four Strategic Theme Coordinators of Congress by the Association. the PIARC Strategic Plan 2008 – 2011 and will address: • The Closing Ceremony will consist of the following: • Congress highlights • Mitigating the impact of the road system on climate change; • Introduction of the next Strategic Plan 2012-2015 for the World Road Association • Delivering integrated transport modes and services to customers; • Invitation to coming congresses • A strategic approach for safety: putting knowledge into practice; - The 14th International Winter Road Congress in Andorra (2014) • Managing road assets in the context of sustainable development and - The 25th World Road Congress in Korea (2015) climate change adaptation. • Handover to the 25th World Road Congress • Address by the President of the World Road Association • Closing remarks SPECIAL SESSIONS Keynote Speeches 13 special sessions addressing topical issues complementing the Tuesday 27 Morning 12:40-13:30 Technical Committee sessions have been prepared with other international Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Global issues of Road Safety: Dr. Etienne Krug, Director Department of Injuries and organizations related to the field of road infrastructure and road transport. Violence Prevention, World Health Organization Wednesday 28 Morning 12:40-13:30 TECHNICAL COMMITTEE SESSIONS Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Xxxx, par Mr. Dionisio Pérez-Jácome Friscione, Secretary of Communications and Transport of Mexico. These sessions will be dedicated to discussing and sharing the results Thursday 29 Morning 12:40-13:30 of activities and work of the Technical Committees of the World Road Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Association for the 2008 – 2011 period. Lessons learned from the great earthquakes of Chile and Japan, by XXXX, Chile and XXX, Japan. POSTER SESSIONSSessions All accepted contributions from individual papers as a result of the Call for Papers will be displayed for half a day each at the Poster Sessions, where the authors will be able to meet and interact with Congress delegates. WORKSHOPS Workshops will take place on “Airfield Pavements” and on the software HDM-4 dedicated to the analysis of road investments. 4 www.aipcrmexico2011.org • www.piarcmexico2011.org
  5. 5. Cérémonie douverture Ceremonia de inauguraciónLundi 26 matin - 9h30-12h00 Lunes 26 por la mañana - 9h30-12h00Palacio de Valparaiso Palacio de ValparaisoPour des raisons de sécurité, tous les participants devront être dans la salle à 9h30. Por razones de seguridad, todos los participantes deberán estar en la sala a las 9h30.Grandes lignes Grandes lineasLa cérémonie douverture est placée sous le haut patronage du Président de la La ceremonia de inauguración estará presidida por el Presidente de la República deRépublique du Mexique, M. Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, qui prononcera le discours México, don Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, quien realizará el discurso de inauguración.douverture. La ceremonia de inauguración incluirá: La cérémonie douverture comprendra : • Discurso de bienvenida de don Fausto Barajas Cummings, Presidente del Comité de• Allocution de bienvenue par Fausto Barajas Cummings, Président du Comité Organización.dOrganisation • Presentación del programa técnico por don Jean-Francois Corté, Secretario general de• Présentation du programme technique du congrès par Jean-Francois Corté, Secrétaire la Asociación Mundial de la Carretera.général de lAssociation • Proclamación de los Premios AIPCR.• Proclamation des Prix AIPCR • Intervención de don Dionisio Pérez-Jácome Friscione, Secretario de Estado de• Intervention de Dionisio Pérez-Jácome Friscione, Secrétaire dÉtat aux Communications Comunicaciones y Transportes de México.et aux Transports du Mexique • Objetivos del Congreso por doña Anne-Marie Leclerc, Presidente de la Asociación• Allocution dAnne-Marie Leclerc, présidente de lAssociation mondiale de la Route Mundial de la Carretera.• Discours douverture par Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, Président du Mexique • Discurso de inauguración de don Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, Presidente de MéxicoSéance des Ministres Sesión de MinistrosLundi 26 après-midi - 15h00-17h30 Lunes 26 por la tarde - 15h00-17h30Palacio de Valparaiso Palacio de ValparaisoGrandes lignes Grandes lineasLa séance des ministres traitera du thème "Mobilité durable dans le contexte dune "Movilidad sustentable en el contexto social" es el tema de la sesión de Ministros.politique sociale". Ministros de todo el mundo serán invitados a compartir sus puntos de vista y explicar losLes Ministres du monde entier seront invités à partager leur point de vue, à expliquer les retos actuales que enfrentan sus países y las soluciones que están implementando.défis auxquels sont actuellement confrontés leur pays et les solutions quils mettent en Esta sesión será presidida por el Secretario de Comunicaciones y Transportes de Méxicoœuvre. y el tema de discusión será "la movilidad sustentable dentro de la política social ". LaCette séance sera présidée par le Secrétaire aux Communications et aux Transports du sesión se dividirá en tres temas - El Financiamiento Sustentable, Movilidad Segura yMexique. Responsabilidad Ambiental.Elle sera divisée en trois thèmes : • Financiamiento sustentable del transporte• Financement durable des transports : • Seguridad en la movilidad• Sécurité dans la mobilité • Desarrollo responsable ante el medio ambiente• Développement responsable vis-à-vis de lenvironnement Ceremonia de clausuraCérémonie de clôture Viernes 30 por la tarde, 14:00-15:30Vendredi 30 après-midi - 14h00-15h30 Palacio de ValparaisoPalacio de Valparaiso 3Grandes lignes Grandes lineasLa cérémonie de clôture comprendra un résumé des points saillants du Congrès et une La ceremonia de clausura incluirá un resumen de los aspectos más relevantes delprésentation du Plan stratégique 2012-2015 qui orientera les activités de lAssociation Congreso, y una presentación del Plan Estratégico 2012-2015 que orientará lasmondiale de la route les quatre prochaines années. actividades de la Asociación Mundial de la Carretera los próximos cuatro años.Le pays hôte du prochain Congrès mondial de la route, la République de Corée, invitera El país anfitrión del próximo Congreso Mundial de la Carretera, la República de Corea,les congressistes à découvrir ses merveilles et ses innovations lors du passage officiel invitará a los congresistas a disfrutar de las maravillas y las innovaciones de su paísde témoin. durante la entrega oficial del Congreso por parte de la Asociación.La cérémonie de clôture se déroulera de la manière suivante : La ceremonia de clausura se desarrollará de la manera siguiente:• points saillants du Congrès • puntos relevantes del Congreso• introduction au Plan stratégique 2012-2015 de lAssociation mondiale de la route • introducción del Plan Estratégico 2012-2015 de la Asociación Mundial de la Carretera• invitation aux Congrès à venir : • invitación al próximo Congreso:- le XIVe Congrès international de la viabilité hivernale en Andorre (2014), • el XIV Congreso Internacional de la Vialidad Invernal en Andorra (2014)- le XXVe Congrès mondial de la route en République de Corée (2015), • el XXV Congreso Mundial de la Carretera en Corea del Sur (2015)• passage de témoin au XXVe Congrès mondial de la route, • paso de testigo al XXV Congreso Mundial de la Carretera• discours de la Présidente de lAssociation mondiale de la route, • discurso de la Presidente de la Asociación Mundial de la Carretera• conclusion. • cierre.Conférences magistrales Conferencias magistralesMardi 27 matin, 12h40-13h30 Martes27 a medio día, 12h40-13h30Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Palacio de Valparaiso 3Les enjeux mondiaux de la sécurité routière, par le Dr. Etienne Krug, Directeur du Los desafíos mundiales de la seguridad vial, Dr. Etienne Krug, Director del departamentodépartement « Prévention de la violence et du traumatisme et handicap » de l "Prevención de la violencia y del traumatismo y minusvalía" de la Organización MundialOrganisation mondiale de la santé. de la SaludMercredi 28 matin, 12h40-13h30 Miércoles 28 a medio día, 12h40-13h30Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Palacio de Valparaiso 3 XXXX, por don Dionisio Pérez-Jácome Friscione, Secretario de Comunicaciones yXxxx, par M. Dionisio Pérez-Jácome Friscione, Secrétaire dÉtat aux Communications et Transportes de México.aux Transports du Mexique Jueves 29 a medio día, 12h40-13h30Jeudi 29 après-midi, 12h40-13h30 Palacio de Valparaiso 3Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Lecciones de los grandes terremotos en Chile y Japón, por XXXX de Chile, y XXXX deEnseignements des grands tremblements de terre du Chili et du Japon, par M. XXX, Chili Japón.et Mr XXX, Japon 5
  6. 6. XXIVth World Road Congress Mexico City, from 26th to 30th September 2011 Roads for a better life. Part 1. Integration of Transport Modes Promoting modal shift and integration of road with other modes through development of Tuesday 27 th 9:00-12:30 hrs. inland dry ports in Asia • Mr. Madan Bandhu REGMI, Officer-in-Charge, Transport Policy and Development Section, Transport Division, UN/ESCAP STA “MITIGATING THE IMPACT OF THE ROAD SYSTEM ON CLIMATE CHANGE” Integration in South America Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 9:00-12:30 • Ms. Graciela OPORTO, Undersecretary of Land Planning, Public Investment, Argentina Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 2 Protecting roads in East Africa Chair: Mr. Hicham NHAMMOUCHA, Road Director, Morocco, Strategic Theme Coordinator • Ms. Rukia SHAMTE, Executive Secretary, Central Corridor, Kenya   Perspective from Europe Introduction • DG MOVE, European Commission • Mr. Hicham N’HAMMOUCHA Break 10:30 - 11:00 An overview of climate change issues and contribution of the road system Part 2. Modal Shift. What can We Expect? • Mr. Simon PRICE, Chair of Technical Committee A1 Preserving the Environment Potential effects of higher capacity vehicles on road freight activity, intermodal transport Examples of national plans and modal shift • Ms. Eva SOLVI, Senior Principal Engineer, Norwegian Public Road Administration, • Mr. Stephen PERKINS, Head of OECD/ITF Joint Transport Research Center Norway HGV traffic transiting through the Swiss Alps: Model shift from road to rail? • United Kingdom • Mr. Rudolf DIETERLE, Director General, Federal Roads Office, Switzerland Discussion Panel Discussion with representatives from different stakeholders Break 10:30 - 11:00 Conclusions Examples of national plans • Chair: Mr. Fausto BARAJAS CUMMINGS • Austria • Mr. Kunihiko OKA, Director, Road Environment Planning Office, Road Bureau, Ministry of SP 08. “GOOD GOVERNANCE AND INTEGRITY” Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 09:00 - 12:30 • USA Venue: Casa Montejo 3, 4 • Mr. Javier Alejandre MINGUEZ, Deputy General Director for Planning, Road Directorate, Co-Chairs: Mr. Hreinn HARALDSON, President of the Nordic Road Ministry of Development, Spain Association and Discussion Mr. Carlo MARIOTTA, member of the World Road Association Conclusions   • Chair: Mr Hicham N’HAMMOUCHA Part 1. Recent Approaches Progress as seen from the civil society • Mr. Eduardo BOHÓRQUEZ, Executive Director, Transparencia Mexicana, Mexico Lessons from review of World Bank projects TC B.5 “WINTER SERVICE” • Mr. Marc JUHEL, Transport Sector Manager, World Bank Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 9:00-12:30 Fighting corruption, creating a level playing field - The contractor’s view Venue: Casa del Diezmo 1, 2 • Mr. Per NIELSEN, Senior Advisor to NCC Sweden, Sweden Chair: Ms. Gudrun ÖBERG, VTI, Sweden, Chair TC B.5 Integrity: A daily challenge or a matter of course? Co-chairs: Mr. Paul PISANO, FHWA, USA • Mr. Alexander WALCHER, ASFINAG, Austria Mr. Didier GILOPPE, DSGI CETE Normandie Centre, France Break 10:30 - 11:00 Mr. José del Pino ALVAREZ, GRUPISA, Spain Part 2. Case Studies   Case study El Salvador Introduction Best practice in the Romanian national administration in the field of good governance • Ms. Gudrun ÖBERG – Institutional integrity Part 1. A Study of Winter Service Management Systems (WSMS) and Road • Mr. Liviu COSTACHE, Romania User Information Ethics: The cornerstone of good governance • Mr. Martin HOBBS, Highways Agency, UK • Mr. Nazir ALLI, Chief Executive Officer, South African National Roads Agency Ltd, • Mr. Rick NELSON, Nevada Department of Transportation, USA South Africa Part 2. Sustainable Development and Winter Road Service Asian Development Bank/ OECD anti-corruption initiative for Asia and the Pacific • Mr. Xavier COCU, Belgian Road Research Center, Belgium Conclusions • Mr. Didier GILOPPE, DSGI CETE Normandie Centre, France • Chairs Discussion Part 3. Impact of Climate Change on Winter Service SP 09. “ROAD SAFETY: THE UN DECADE OF ACTION” • Mr. Mario MARCHETTI, CETE de l’Est- LRPC de Nancy, France Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 09:00 - 12:30 • Ms. Gudrun ÖBERG, VTI, Sweden Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 1 Part 4. Communication with Road Users Co-Chairs: Ms. Susan MARTINOVITCH, President AASHTO and Mr. Tchona • Mr. Kuno Männik, Estonian Road Administration, Estonia IDOSSOU, Vice President AGEPAR, member of the World Road Association Discussion Executive Committee Break 10:30 - 11:00program Sessions   Part 5. XIII International Winter Road Congress in Québec 2010 Part 1. UN Decade of Action • Ms. Gudrun ÖBERG, VTI, Sweden The plan of action of the UN Decade Part 6. Snow and Ice Data Book 2010 • Dr. Etienne KRUG, WHO • Mr. Richard CHARPENTIER, Ministry of Transport, Quebec, Canada Support from Development Banks Part 7. Snow Plough Championship • InterAmerica Development Bank • Mr. Didier GILOPPE, DSGI CETE Normandie Centre, France Youth and road safety issues Part 8. Summary of Seminars in Czech Republic and Mongolia • Mr. Floor LIESHOUT, Director YOURS • Mr. Didier GILOPPE, DSGI CETE Normandie Centre, France Declaration from the World Road Association Part 9. Proposal for next period 2012-2015 • Ms. Anne-Marie LECLERC, President, World Road Association • Mr. Paul PISANO, FHWA, USA Break 10:30 - 11:00 Part 10. Round table – final discussion Part 2. Panel Discussion Conclusions Latin America • Mr. Paul PISANO Asia • Chair: Ms. Gudrun ÖBERG Africa Conclusions SP 03. “INTEGRATION OF ROAD NETWORKS AND OTHER SURFACE TRANSPORT • Chairs MODES AT CONTINENT LEVEL AND MODAL SHIFT” Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 09:00 - 12:30 Venue: Palacio de Iturbide 2, 3 Terminology Committee Chair: Mr. Fausto BARAJAS CUMMINGS, President of the Council of Road Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 12:00 – 12:30 Directors for Iberia Venue: Pavilion of the World Road Association (Exhibition hall) and Latin America (DIRCAIBEA)   Presentation of the work and outputs of the Committee on Terminology and demonstration of the use of the multilingual technical dictionaries, lexicons and translation tools available on the Association’s website. 6 www.aipcrmexico2011.org • www.piarcmexico2011.org
  7. 7. SP 04. “LARGE CITIES: INTEGRATION OF THE SURFACE TRANSPORT MODES” Tuesday 27th 15:00-18:30 hrs. Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 15:00 - 18:30 Venue: Casa del Diezmo 1,2 Co-Chairs: Mr. Clemente POON HUNG, President of AMIVTAC and Mr. Claude VAN ROOTEN, member of the World Road Association Executive  STC “A STRATEGIC APPROACH FOR SAFETY: PUTTING KNOWLEDGE INTO Part 1. “City-wide Strategies”PRACTICE” City-wide strategies for integration of surface transport modes in large citiesTime: Sep. 27, Tue. 15:00-18:30 • Ms. Anita CURNOW, Technical Committee B3, AustraliaVenue: Palacio de Valparaiso 1 Mexico cityChair: Mr. Jeffrey PANIATI, FHWA, USA, Strategic Theme Coordinator • Ms. Adriana de ALMEIDA LOBO, Executive Director, Sustainable Transport Center of  Mexico, MexicoIntroduction Beijing• Mr. Jeffrey PANIATI • Mr. Xiaoming LIU, Director General, Beijing Transport Commission, ChinaPart 1. Strategic Plans and Approaches Ten years of the Zurich mobility strategy- Lessons learned and outlookWorld Bank- Presentation on its approach to promoting road safety in beneficiary • Mr. Martin BUCK, SNZ Ingenieure und Planer AG, Swizerlandcountries of its projects. Break 16:30 - 17:00China – Responses to the effects of growth of number of vehicles and recent declines in Part 2. “Specific Treatments”the number of crashes and fatalities Making existing roads operate better• Ms. Cheng-cheng TANG, Deputy Chief of the Road Safety Research Center of Ministry • Mr. Andrew Somers, Business Development Manager ITS, VicRoads Road User Services,of Transport, China AustraliaUnited States - Toward Zero Deaths: A National Strategy for Highway Safety Road network and mass transit – The challenge of integration in the Montreal• Ms. Susan MARTINOVICH, President, American Association of State Highway and metropolitan regionTransportation Officials, USA • Mr. Michel VEILLEUX, Vice-president, Agence Metropolitaine des Transports, Canada-QuebecSpain -Strategic Plan for Road Safety: Goals and Accomplishments Urban mobility in the district of BamakoBreak 16:30-17:00 • Mr. Malick KASSÉ, Direction Nationale des Transports Terrestres, Maritimes et Fluviaux,Part 2. The Transfer of Knowledge into Practice MaliVietnam- World Bank-sponsored Road Safety Project Duplex A86 – An innovative and sustainable solution to fill the second ring road of greaterAustralia- Application of innovative technologies for mitigation of road safety risks Paris region• Dr. Soames JOB, Director of the New South Wales Centre for Road Safety and Chair of • Mr. André BROTO, Deputy Director General, Cofiroute, Francethe National Road Safety Strategy, Australia Measures for use of public transport in Osaka CityFrance- “Training of professional and non-professional drivers regarding safe behaviour • Mr. Araki SATOSHI, Osaka City Government, Japanin tunnels” Conclusions• Mr. Marc TESSON, Centre d’Etudes des Tunnels (CETU), France • ChairsMexico - Results on the implementation of training and education efforts listed in itsNational Report• Dr. Jesús Manuel CHAVARRIA VEGA, Instituto Mexicano del Transporte, Mexico SP 05. “SUSTAINABLE RURAL ROAD NETWORKS”Conclusions Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 15:00 - 18:30• Chair: Mr. Jeffrey PANIATI Venue: Palacio de Iturbide 2, 3 Co-Chairs: Minister for Rural Development, India  TC A.3 “ROAD SYSTEM ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT” Introductory reportTime: Sep. 27, Tue. 15:00-18:30 • Mr. Terje TESSEM, International Labour OrganizationVenue: Palacio de Valparaiso 2 Part 1. Accessibility and Planning of the Development of Rural RoadsChair: Mr. Guillermo TORRES, Mexican Transportation Institute, Mexico The Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, Program for rural roads development in India  • Mr. P.K. ANAND, Director General, Rural Development, Ministry of Rural Development,Introduction India• Mr. Guillermo TORRES Accesibilidad y planificacion del desarrollo de Caminos rurales – Lecciones Aarendidas enPart 1. APPROACHES TO ASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL IMPACTS OF ROAD America LatinaPROJECTS • Mr. Victor AREVALO LAY, International Forum for Rural Transport and Development,Systematic approaches for the ex ante evaluation University Ricardo Palma, Peru• Mr. Martin PÖCHEIM, Team leader ‘Environmental and approval management’, TBDASFINAG, Austria • TBDPractices followed by the International Financial Institutions Break 16:30 - 17:00• Mr. Laurent GNALIN, Coordonnateur du Programme d’Ajustement et d’Investissements Part 2. Issues of Decentralizationdu Secteur des Transports en Côte d’Ivoire, Côte d’Ivoire Program of road maintenance with micro-enterprisesContribution from ex post evaluation • Mr. Roberto SANDOVAL, Chairman of Bolivian Highway Administrator, Bolivia• Mr. Maxime JEBALI, Directorate of Transport Infrastructure, Ministère de l’Écologie, du The rural roads program in Benin(Long lasting maintenance of rural roads)Développement durable, des Transports et du Logement, France • Mr. Isséré Joseph DOSSOU, COWI, BeninOpen discussion with all participants Decentralized management of rural roads - The case of the special project for rural• Moderator: Ernest ALBUQUERQUE, Principal Advisor, New Zealand Transport Agency, transport in PeruNew Zealand • Mr. Mauro Maita FRANCO, Ministry of Transport and Communications, PeruBreak 16:30-17:00 ConclusionsPart 2. ASSESSMENT OF ROAD PRICING EFFECTS • ChairsWorldwide situation of road pricing• Mr. Arpad SIPOSS, Toll Strategy Bureau, KKK, Coordination Center for TransportDevelopment, HungaryAssessment of pricing effects• Mr. Friedrich SCHWARZ-HERDA, Motorway Tolling, Federal Ministry for Transport,Innovation and Technology, AustriaOpen discussion with all participants• Moderator: Mrs. Malika SEDDI, International Affairs, ASFA – French toll motorwaycompanies association, FranceConclusions• Chair: Mr. Guillermo TORRES 7
  8. 8. XXIVth World Road Congress Mexico City, from 26th to 30th September 2011 Roads for a better life. Tuesday 27th 15:00-18:30 hrs. Wednesday 28th 9:00-12:30 hrs. SP 07. “PERFORMANCE-BASED MANAGEMENT OF THE ROAD TRANSPORT SYSTEM” STB “DELIVERING INTEGRATED TRANSPORT MODES AND SERVICES TO Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 15:00 - 18:30 CUSTOMERS” Venue: Casa Montejo 3, 4 Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 9:00-12:30 Co-Chairs: Mr. Karim JUDIN, Chairman REAAA and Venue: Casa del Diezmo 1, 2 Mr. Jim BARTON, member of the World Road Association Executive Committee Chair: Mr. Keiichi INOUE, Japan, Strategic Theme Coordinator   Co-Chair: Dr. Hirofumi OHNISHI, Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Japan Part 1.   Introduction Introduction • Mr. Jim BARTON, President, Strategic Planning Commission of World Road Association • Chair: Mr. Keiichi INOUE Resource allocation decision making in the New South Wales context Part 1. Revolutionary intermodal passenger transport and logistics • Mr. Brendan NUGENT, Department of Transport, New South Wales, Australia Optimum utilization of limited financial resources Governing and paying for England’s roads • Mr. Jim BARTON, First Delegate of United Kingdom • Mr. Michael SELFE, RAC Foundation, UK Large City Highway system performance management - state of play in the USA • Mr. Takumi YAMAMOTO, Director for Road Planning, Planning Division, Road Bureau, • Mr. Kurt STEUDLE, Michigan DoT, USA Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan Break 16:30-17:00 Appropriate means of transport for goods traffic Part 2. Case Studies • Mr. Martin RUESCH, Rapp Trans AG, Zürich, Switzerland Applying customer feedback to setting network levels of service Intermodal Passenger Transport Centers in Mexico City - Private-public investment project • Mr. Ernst ZOLLNER, Director, New Zealand Transport Agency, New Zealand • Mr. Edgar Amador ZAMORA, Under-Secretary for Financial Planning in the Finance Performance-based management of the road transport system, about the experience in Sweden Secretariat of Federal District Government, Mexico • Mr. Torbjörn SUNESON, Swedish Transport Administration, Sweden Discussion Performance-based management of the road transport system in South Africa • Presenters • Mr. Koos SMIT, Engineering Executive, The South African National Roads Agency Ltd, South Africa • Mr. Carlos SANTILLAN, TCB.4 member of Mexico Maintenance of rural roads in the Republic of Paraguay Break 10:30 - 11:00 • Mr. Nelson RIVET, Director of Proximity Roads, Ministry of Public Works and Communications, Part 2. Innovative measures against traffic congestion Paraguay Social innovation such as ITS, implemented in Austria Conclusions • Mr. Markus MEISSNER, Assistant of the General Manager, ASFINAG, Austria • Chairs Social innovation such as ITS, implemented in United Kingdom • Dr. John MILES, Former Chair of TC on Network Operations, United Kingdom Improvement of mobility in urban areas - Case study of Mexico city and Chihuahua city • Dr. Cecilia OLAGUE, TCB.3 member, Mexico Efficient utilization of financial resources Poster sessions • Romania Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 15:00 – 18:30 Comprehensive program for the modernization Venue: Poster corner in Exhibition Hall • Brazil Panel Discussion Presentation by the authors of accepted papers for: • Presenters Topic 12: Keeping Cities Moving • Prof. Torbjorn SUNESON, Swedish Transport Administration, TCB.3 member Topic 13: Freight Transport Conclusions Topic 19: Managing Operational Risk in the Road Sector • Chair: Mr Keiichi INOUE Presentation of PIARC Prize papers Time: Sep. 27, Tue. 15:00 – 18:30 TC A.2 “FINANCING, MANAGING AND CONTRACTING OF ROAD SYSTEM INVESTMENT” Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 3 Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 9:00-12:30 Chair : Mr Menno Henneveld, Chair of the International Jury Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 2 Chair: Mr. Henri CHUA, IM Technologies, United Kingdom, Chair TC A.2 Presentation of the award-winning papers by their authors.   Introduction • Mr. Henri CHUA Part 1. TC A2 and Activities 2008-2011program Sessions • Mr. Gerardo GAVILANES, Ministry of Development, Spain Road Funding in PIARC Countries • Mr. Takaaki NAMBU, Hanshin Expressway Company, Japan Road Funding in Sub-Sahara Africa and the Case of Ivory Coast • Mr. Olivier KOUDOU, Université d’Abidjan Cocody, Ivory Coast PPPs and Contingent Liabilities: A Texan Case • Mr. Rafael ALDRETE, Texas Transportation Institute, USA Questions and answers Break 10:30 - 11:00 Part 2. Introduction • Chair: Mr. Mike GOODALE, Ministry of Transport of Ontario, Canada Private Sector Roles • Mr. Jean-Francois LANGUMIER, Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhône (APRR), France Contractual Arrangements for Private Sector Maintenance Services in PIARC Countries • Mr. Brian NOBLE, Main Roads, Western Australia, Australia Road Rehabilitation and Maintenance in Colombia • Mr. Juan Bocarejo SUESCUN, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia Integrated Services Arrangements in Western Australia • Ms. Maria SARUBIN, Main Roads WA, Australia Questions and answers Conclusion • Chair: Mr. Henri CHUA 8
  9. 9. TC C.1 “SAFER ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE” SP 06. “TRANSPORT AND LAND USE PLANNINGTime: Sep. 28, Wed. 9:00-12:30 - HOW WELL INTEGRATED ARE THEY?”Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 1 Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 09:00 - 12:30Chair: Mr. Hans-Joachim VOLLPRACHT, Consultant, Germany, Chair TC C.1 Venue: Palacio de Iturbide 2, 3Co-chair: Mr. Mike GREENHALGH, Amey, United Kingdom Chair: Mr. Karim GHELLAB, Minister Equipment and Transport, Morocco   Introduction Part 1. Institutional and Other General Aspects• Chair: Mr. Hans-Joachim VOLLPRACHT Institutional barriers to integrating land use and transport planning and the way forward -Part 1. Incorporating human factors in road design for influencing driver Case study of India and Kuwaitbehaviour • Mr. O.P. AGARWAL, Sr Urban Transport Specialist, World Bank• Ms. Sibylle BIRTH, Intelligenz Transfer Potsdam, Germany & Mr. Emilio FRANCISCO, Strategic planning process in ArgentinaMexico • Ms. Marta AGUILAR, Ministerio de Planificación, Inversión Pública y Servicios, Argentina• Mr. Daniel AUBIN, Dessau, Canada-Quebec Perspectives on the integration of transportation and land use planning in the UnitedStrong feeling of right-of-way and reaction times - Analysis of accidents in intersections States• Marina HUGHES / Joël YERPEZ, IFSTTAR, France • Ms. Paula HAMMOND, Washington DoT, USAAn innovative geometric road design for a safer infrastructure Break 10:30-11:00• Mr. Eric LOCQUET, Egis, France Part 2. Urban AspectsPart 2. Work Zone Safety: A Growing Issue for Emerging Countries Introductory presentation: comparative analysis on different large cities• Mr. Mike GREENHALGH, Amey, United Kingdom • Mr. André BROTO, Deputy Director General, Cofiroute, France• Mrs. Elizabeth ALICANDRI, FHWA, United States of America The medium-term strategy to realize multi-modal mobility in Tokyo metropolitan region• Mr. Aditya BAHADUR, India • Mr. Takashi YAJIMA, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, JapanBreak 10:30 - 11:00 Viewpoint on greater Paris region situationPart 3. Urban Development Issues: Linear settlements, vulnerable road • Mr. Simon COUTEL, Prospective Department, Cofiroute, Franceusers and the implications for urban land use and development The Madrid case study: The HVO-Bus system• Mr. Hans-Joachim VOLLPRACHT, Germany • Ms. Soledad PÉREZ-GALDÓS, General Director of Roads of Madrid Region, Spain• Ms. Marion DÖRFELT, Switzerland ConclusionsPolicies and solutions for preventing linear settlement • Chair: Mr. Karim GHELLAB• Mr. Abou AYASH, Public Establishment for Road Communications, SyriaSafer Roads in Bangladesh: Addressing the Challenges of Road Infrastructure Safety and HDM-4. INTRODUCTION (In English)Linear Settlements Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 9:00-12:30• Dr. Md. Mazharul HOQUE, Department of Civil Engineering, Bangladesh University of Venue: Palacio de la Canal 11Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh Chair: Dr. Eric STANNARD, HDMGlobalPart 4. A new Road Safety Strategy: Road Safety Impact Assessments on  Master Plans and Strategic Enhancements Part 1. IntroductionThe new approach of Road Infrastructure Safety Management – Preconditions, Introduction to HDMGlobalInstruments and Examples • Dr. Eric STANNARD, HDMGlobal• Mr Jürgen GERLACH, University of Wuppertal, Germany Overview of HDM-4 and main improvements in version 2Evaluation of Some Results of the 2010 AASHTO Highway Safety Manual • Dr. Eric STANNARD, HDMGlobal• Mr Alberto MENDOZA, Mexican Transportation Institute, Mexico Current and future developmentsOutils innovants et méthodes pragmatiques pour améliorer la sécurité du réseau routier • Tyrone TOOLE, ARRB/HDMGlobalnational en France Break 10:30 - 11:00• Mr Rodolphe CHASSANDE-MOTTIN, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable development, Part 2. ApplicationsTransport and Housing, France Illustrations of applications of HDM-4 throughout the worldThe Turkish Application of Safety Impact Assessment Tool • Robert MESNARD, EGIS/HDMGlobal• Mr Cumhur AYDIN, Atilim University, Turkey Support for HDM-4 in Latin America(1): Role of Chilean Concrete and Cement InstituteConclusion • Mauricio SALGADO, ICH/HDMGlobal• Chair: Mr. Hans-Joachim VOLLPRACHT Support for HDM-4 in Latin America(2): Role of Mexican Transport Institute • Ricardo SOLARIO, IMT/HDMGlobalSP 01. “SUSTAINABILITY OF ROAD TRANSPORT. WHERE ARE WE HEADING, Questions / AnswersHOW DO WE ASSESS SUSTAINABILITY?”Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 09:00 - 12:30Venue: Casa Montejo 3, 4 Poster sessionsChair: Mr. Christian LEYRIT, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 09:00 – 12:30Transport and Venue: Poster corner in Exhibition HallHousing, France, Former Vice-President of the World Road Association  Presentation by the authors of accepted papers for:Part 1. Assessment of Sustainability Topic 20: Sustainable Approaches for Road TunnelsAssessment of road projects : From the classical cost-benefit analysis towards an Topic 23: Road Bridgesintegrated approach of sustainability Topic 24: Innovations in the Treatment and Use of Marginal Local Materials• Mr. David MEUNIER, Commissariat Général au Développement Durable, France Topic 25: Innovations in Construction and Maintenance of Unpaved Roads in DevelopingSDA and eCBA – A new holistic approach to include social impacts in appraisal Countriesprocedures for road infrastructure investments• Mr. Gerd SAMMER, University for Natural Resources and Life Sciences, AustriaSustainability toolkit for transport projects• Mr. Marc JUHEL, Transport Sector Manager, World Bank Wednesday 28th 14:00-14:30 hrs.Break 10:30 - 11:00Part 2. Case StudiesThe road towards sustainable infrastructure - A review of Dutch experiences withincluding sustainability aspects in design & build contracts Terminology Committee• Ms. Monica ALTAMIRANO, Deltares, The Netherlands Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 14:00 – 14:30Evolving concepts of transport sustainability: U.S. experience Venue: Pavilion of the World Road Association (Exhibition hall)• Mr. Robert SKINNER, Executive Director, Transportation Research Board, USAFindings of the socio-economic impact study of the road maintenance and rehabilitation Presentation of the work and outputs of the Committee on Terminology and demonstrationprogram in Papua New Guinea of the use of the multilingual technical dictionaries, lexicons and translation tools available• Mr. William ASIGAU, Department of Works, Papua-New Guinea on the Association’s website.Assessing the wider economic benefits of transport projects: the New Zealand experience• Mr. Ernest ALBUQUERQUE, New Zealand Transport Agency, New ZealandConclusions• Chair: Mr. Christian LEYRIT 9
  10. 10. XXIVth World Road Congress Mexico City, from 26th to 30th September 2011 Roads for a better life. TC B.1 “GOOD GOVERNANCE OF ROAD ADMINISTRATIONS” Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 15:00-18:30 Wednesday 28th 15:00-18:30 hrs. Venue: Casa del Diezmo 1, 2 Chair: Mr. Paul van der KROON, DWW, The Netherlands, Chair TC B.1   Introduction ST D “MANAGING ROAD ASSETS IN THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABLE • Mr. Paul van der KROON DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION” Part 1. Best Practice For Good Governance Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 15:00-18:30 Corruption in the broader sense (issues, cost and societal implications, and interaction Venue: Casa Montejo 3, 4 between the cycles of integrity and corruption) Chair: Professor Gheorghe LUCACI, University Politechnica of Timisoara, The cost of corruption and the case for integrity: Romania, • Mr. Jonathan SPEAR, Atkins Transport Planning and Management, UK Strategic Theme Coordinator The cycle of integrity – societal considerations:   • Mr. Soren FOGH, Danish Road Directorate, Denmark Introduction Part 2. Improved Services for Customers • Professor Gheorghe LUCACI Steps of customer cooperation and the segmentation of customers Part 1. Sustainable Management of Road Assets The Auckland Motorway Alliance approach focusing on users, neighbours, agencies and The Perenniality of infrastructures in the Context of Sustainable Development citizens: ‘tell us about your motorway’ • Ms. Jocelyn BEAULIEU, Ministry of Transportation of Quebec, Canada • Mr. Dave RENDALL, Auckland Motorway Alliance, Australia Roan Management System based on HDM 4 Changes undertaken to better understand and address the diverse transportation needs • Mr. Ricardo SOLORIO, Mexican Institute for Transportation, Mexico of Singaporeans The National Account for Road Infrastructures • Mr. Chandrasekar PALANISAMY, Land Transport Authority, Singapore • Mr. Fernando CRESPO DIU, Institute for Road Infrastructure (InIR), Portugal Break 16:30-17:00 Discussion Part 3. Mind the Gap! Human Resources for the Future. Break 16:30-17:00 Key topics: Identify skills gap, attract/recruit/retain, influence education Part 2. Climate Change, Sustainability, Quality. Specific Innovative Solutions Recruitment and training processes for the Trans-Maghreb Motorway for Materials and Technologies • Mr. Aïssa BENTABET, Egis, France Impact of Climate Change on Road Performance Actions on public procurement, training and HR resources in West African countries, Mali • Mr. Laszlo GASPAR, Institute of Transportation Sciences Non-Profit Ltd. (KTI), Budapest, • Mr. Mohamed Saliha MAIGA, Consultant, Mali Hungary Questions and answers Technical Solutions and Sustainable Policies for Material Recycling Conclusions • Mr. Peter STEPHANOS, Office of Pavement Technology, Federal Highway Administration, • Chair Mr. Paul van der KROON USA Recycling Materials from Road Pavements • Mr. Johannes STEIGENBERGER, Research Institute of the Austrian Association of the Cement Industry, Austria TC C.2 “SAFER ROAD OPERATIONS” Sustainable Road Pavements. Accelerated Test Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 15:00-18:30 • Mr. Radu ANDREI, Professor, Technical University “Gheorghe Asachi”, Iasi, Romania Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 1 Discussion Chair: Dr. Amhad FAHRAN MOHD SADULLAH, MIROS, Malaysia, Chair TC C.2 Conclusions and future actions   • Chair: Professor Gheorghe LUCACI Introduction • Dr. Amhad FAHRAN MOHD SADULLAH Part 1. National Road Safety Policies and Plans Comparison between nations TC A.1 “PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT” • George MAVREYONI, VicRoads, Australia Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 15:00-18:30 Sustainable Development of a Road Safety Framework Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 2 • Seng Tim HO, Land Transport Authority, Singapore Chair: Mr. Simon PRICE, United Kingdom, Chair TC A.1 Innovative Safety Analysis Resources from the U.S Co-chair: Ms. Lisa ROSSITER, New Zealand, English Speaking Secretary of • Mike GRIFFITH, Federal Highway Administration, USA TC A.1 Break 16:30-17:00   Part 2. Road Safety Campaigns Introduction Best practices in Road Safety Campaigns • Mr. Simon PRICE • Randall CABLE, South African National Roads Agency Limited, South Africa Part 1. Part 3. Cost Effectiveness Climate change adaptation and mitigation policies and approaches Cost Effectiveness of Safety Measures and Allocation of Resources • Mr. Pierre DORCHIES, Director of Sustainable Development, Sintra, Canada-Quebec • Mike GRIFFITH, Federal Highway Administration, USA Road system energy – a review of alternatives Part 4. Panel Discussion: Ensuring Safer Road Operations • Mr. Ian CLARKE, Associate Director, Environment and Sustainability, Amey, United • Ahmad FAHRAN MOHD SADULLAH, Malaysia : Moderatorprogram Sessions Kingdom • Seng Tim HO, Land Transport Authority, Singapore Environmental Sustainability as a Performance Measure for Assessing Preventive • Mazharul HOQUE, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Maintenance Policies Bangaldesh • Mr. Filippo GIUSTOZZI, USA • Mike GRIFFITH, Federal Highway Administration, USA The challenge of including system effects and system boundaries into the environmental • George MAVREYONI, VicRoads, Australia evaluation of road projects • Randall CABLE, South African National Roads Agency Limited, South Africa • Mr. Ulrich LETH, Austria Conclusions Break 16:30-17:00 • Chair: Dr. Amhad FAHRAN MOHD SADULLAH Part 2. Monitoring environmental impacts of road transport • Ms Agnes JULLIEN, French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport and French Speaking Secretary of TC A.1, France Conserving Biodiversity in Road Development: a multiple level approach • Mr. Juan D. QUINTERO, USA The ASF biodiversity conservation program • Mr. Fredrick DEPAEPE, Autoroutes du Sud de la France, France Conclusions • Chair: Mr. Simon PRICE10 www.aipcrmexico2011.org • www.piarcmexico2011.org
  11. 11. SP 02. “WHAT ARE THE PERSPECTIVES FOR ROAD TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD?” Thursday 29th 9:00-12:30 hrs. Time: Sep. 28, Wed. 15:00 - 18:30 Venue: Palacio de Iturbide 2, 3 Co-Chairs: XX, Interamerican Development Bank and TC A.4 “RURAL ROAD SYSTEMS AND ACCESSIBILITY TO RURAL AREAS” Mr. Menno Henneveld, member of the World Road Association Executive Time: Sep. 29, Thu. 9:00-12:30 Committee Venue: Palacio de Valparaiso 2   Chair: Mr. Enrique LEON DE LA BARRA, Secretary of Communications and Part 1. Perspectives for Road Transport Systems Transport, Mexico, For the well-off society and sustainable development: perspectives for road transportation Chair TC A.4 system of China.   • Mr. Xinghua LI, Director General, Transport Planning & Research Institute, China Introduction Perspective of development of road transport in the UEMOA space: case study of the • Mr. Enrique LEON DE LA BARRA hinterland countries (Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger) Part 1. Sustainability of Maintenance • Mr. Habou Soufiane MAGAGI, Director Infrastructures, Niger • Mrs. Manon BARIL, Transports Canada, Canada Gravel road maintenance policies define the service level of the unpaved road network Perspectives of the road transport system in Mexico in Finland • Mr. Oscar de BUEN RICHKARDAY, Consultant, Former Undersecretary of Infrastructure, • Mr. Pasi PATRIKAINEN, Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Mexico Environment for North Savo, Transport and Infrastructure, Finland Break 16:30 – 17:00 Role of Bio-engineering in Mountain Road Maintenance: Observations from Nepal Part 2. Case Studies • Mr. Indu Sharma DHAKAL, Department of Roads, Government of Nepal, Nepal The mesoamérica project: promoving road safety and quality of the road network in Central Break 10:30 - 11:00 America Part 2. Involvement of local communities • Ms. María Lorena LÓPEZ ROSALES, Vice Minister for Infrastructures, Ministry of Public • Mr. Prabha Kant KATARE, India Works and Transport, Costa Rica Community participation on development of rural roads Future of the United States transportation system • Mr. K.C. DHIMOLE, India • Mr. Victor MENDEZ, Administrator FHWA, USA Towards sustainable maintenance of rural roads uncoated Perspectives from India • Mr. Luc BEAULIEU, Université Laval, France • Mr. Rajender Prasad INDORIA, Director General of Road Development and Special Conclusions Secretary, India • Chair: Mr. Enrique LEON DE LA BARRA Conclusions • Chairs TC B.2 “ROAD NETWORK OPERATIONS”SEMINAR ON AIRFIELD PAVEMENT, Part 1 Time: Sep. 29, Thu. 9:00-12:30Time: Sep. 28, Wed, 15:00-18:30 Venue: Casa del Diezmo 1, 2Venue: Palacio de la Canal 11 Chair: Mr. Martial CHEVREUIL, Egis, France, Chair TC B.2Chair: Mr. FABRE Cyril, AIRBUS, France    IntroductionWelcome and Seminar Overview Overview of the TC B.2 activities• Mr. FABRE Cyril, AIRBUS, France • Mr. Martial CHEVREUILICAO Perspectives, AP-AOSWG-Pavement Subgroup Working program Part 1. Management of congested areas and road corridors• Ms. Lia RICALDE, ICAO Regional Office, Lima, Peru Review of case studies, main lessons learned and recommendationsSession 1. Functional Requirement / Surface Characteristics of Airfield • Mr. Robert ARNOLD, Office of Transport Operations, USAPavements Review of case studies, main lessons learned and recommendations(Chair: Pr. Imad L. Al-Qadi, University of Illinois) • Mr. Phil LAWES, Department for Transport, Energy & Infrastructure, South Australia,Balancing Asphalt Rut Resistance with Durability and Safety Requirements on Runway AustraliaRehabilitations Review of case studies, main lessons learned and recommendations• Mr. Emile HORAK, Kubu Consultancy(Pty) Ltd., South Africa • Ms. Susan SPENCER, ITS, Transport Canada, CanadaSlippery Asphalt Runways After Rejuvenation Part 2. The ITS and Network Operation handbooks• Mr. Stephen EMERY, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa Presentation of the websiteBreak 16:30-17:00 • Mr. John MILES, Ankerbold, UKA Dynamical Time-Domain Analysis for Heavy Weight Deflectometers Backcalculations Part 3. Implementation of B2 recommendations in the next cycle• Mr. Michaël BROUTIN, French CAA, France Questions and answersSession 2. (Part 1) Airfield Design / Full-scale Testing / Modeling • Moderator: Mr. Martial CHEVREUIL(Chair: Navneet Gaarg, FAA) Break 10:30 - 11:00Aircraft Cockpit Ride Quality in Ground Maneuvers Part 4. Selected examples of measures for operations• Mr. Gordon HAYHOE, FAA Airport Technology R&D, USA Monash-City Link-West Gate Upgrade - Freeway Management SystemFull-scale Traffic Tests on Flexible Pavements with 6- and 10-Wheel Gear Configurations • Mr. Phillip. WALSH, Vicroads, Australia• Mr. Gordon HAYHOE, FAA Airport Technology R&D, USA Ensuring An Appropriate Level of Expressway Management by Using Outcome IndicatorsDay 1 Close • Mr. Tetsuya YAMADA, Japan Expressway Holding and Debt repayment Agency, Japan Modelling Toll Plazas using queue theory • Mr. Felipe SOUSA, Consórcio Univias, BrazilPoster sessions Towards an eco-comparator of road works stealthTime: Sep. 28, Wed. 15:00 – 18:30 • Mr. Jean-Marc MORIN, Egis Mobilité, FranceVenue: Poster corner in Exhibition Hall Dynamic traffic management equipment for road network optimization • Mr. Christophe DESNOUAILLES, SETRA, FrancePresentation by the authors of accepted papers for: Questions and answersTopic2: Innovative Road Management Arrangements ConclusionsTopic3: Funding of Road Infrastructure • Chair: Mr. Martial CHEVREUILTopic4: Shadow and Direct User Toll (PPP)Topic 5: Economic Aspects of Mobility PricingTopic6: New Approaches to Appraisal of Social Impacts of Road Projects 11

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