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The Role of TAG (Transport Advisory Group) and Engagement in Future Transport Policy Dr The Role of TAG (Transport Advisory Group) and Engagement in Future Transport Policy Dr Delia DIMITRIU TAG member

Designing a Research Programme at EU level Horizon 2020_Work Programme 2016 -2017 Transport Input Designing a Research Programme at EU level Horizon 2020_Work Programme 2016 -2017 Transport Input from: • TAG Members (start Oct 2013) • European Technology Platforms (ETPs) • National experts via Programme Committees Process: • 2 -3 Drafts checked with MS national experts via Programme Committees~ 1. 5 year • Commission inter-service Consultation • Adoption- summer 2015 • Publication of calls - Oct 2015 2

Transport Advisory Group/TAG 29 specialists from industry, academe and civil society 16 nationalities ; Transport Advisory Group/TAG 29 specialists from industry, academe and civil society 16 nationalities ; all modes represented passenger + freight; manufacturing + services 3

Differing Perspectives on Transport 4 Differing Perspectives on Transport 4

Objectives § Refresh the research agenda for the second phase of H 2020/Transport § Objectives § Refresh the research agenda for the second phase of H 2020/Transport § Respond to important new developments 5

Priorities The new research programme needs to tackle transport system integration for : Ø Priorities The new research programme needs to tackle transport system integration for : Ø efficiency Ø sustainability Ø competitiveness Ø resilience Ø safety Ø accessibility Ø inclusiveness TAG identified 11 major challenges to be prioritized in future H 2020 research 6

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TAG - KEY CHALLENGES (10) 1. Identify & understand the impact of the drivers TAG - KEY CHALLENGES (10) 1. Identify & understand the impact of the drivers of urban mobility & their dynamic interaction (4 calls/2017)* 2. Satisfy societal needs, changes & trends by optimising the use of existing transport systems, where possible (1/2016; 3/2017)* 3. Risk management in extreme weather conditions (2/2016; 3/2017)* 4. The impact of the development of new technologies & material on transport safety (Safety section* & Green Vehicles call) 5. Mitigate local environmental impact: noise & air quality (1/2016; 2/2017)* 6. Climate change mitigation: alternative energy sources 8 (1/2017* & Green Vehicles call) * Mobility for Growth

TAG - KEY CHALLENGES (cont. ) 7. Effectively harnessing new transport related ICT technology TAG - KEY CHALLENGES (cont. ) 7. Effectively harnessing new transport related ICT technology & data management opportunities (2/2017*); ‘Intelligent Transport Systems' section (1/2017*) 8. Deploying innovative technologies, materials, and processes of transport infrastructure management (2/2017*); ‘Infrastructure' section (1/2016*) 9. Competitiveness of the European transport sector in global markets: assessment of future opportunities & threats (1/2016*; 2/2017*); 'Automated Road Transport' call. 10. Cooperation & competitiveness in the European transport market (2/2016*; 3/2017*). Other actions: Support to policy activities * Mobility for Growth 9

The Importance of ETPs European Technology Platforms (ETPs) are industry -led stakeholder fora recognised The Importance of ETPs European Technology Platforms (ETPs) are industry -led stakeholder fora recognised by the European Commission as key actors in driving innovation, knowledge transfer and European competitiveness. ETPs develop: • research and innovation agendas, and • roadmaps for action at EU and national level ETPs aim: • be supported by both private and public funding. • mobilise stakeholders to deliver on agreed priorities and share information across the EU. 10

Transport oriented ETPs ACARE - Advisory Council for Aeronautics Research in Europe ERRAC - Transport oriented ETPs ACARE - Advisory Council for Aeronautics Research in Europe ERRAC - European Rail Transport Research Advisory Council ERTRAC - European Road Transport Research Advisory Council Logistics - European Technology Platform on Logistics Waterborne - Water transport 11

Future Transport Policy A review of the research requirements: • Important topics to continue: Future Transport Policy A review of the research requirements: • Important topics to continue: Increasing the take up and scale -up of innovative solutions to achieve sustainable mobility in urban areas • Gaps to be identified (i. e. rail) Need: - To improve the dissemination, commercialization and adoption of EU transport research outputs Focus: European Transport Decarbonization 12

Possible Topics Most promising methods of reducing carbon emissions from European transport: - Energy Possible Topics Most promising methods of reducing carbon emissions from European transport: - Energy efficiency; LAQ; LUP; demand management/reduce the need for movement(passengers & freight - Increase ICT role - Modal shift (increase use of low carbon transport modes) - Increase use of alternative energy - Sectoral interaction - City re-design, etc. 13

How to Engage with EC and Inform future Policy • Through ETPs • Involve How to Engage with EC and Inform future Policy • Through ETPs • Involve with National experts & Programme Committees • Take part in events: "Taking stock of EU transport policy - the 2011 White Paper: achievements and challenges“ (12 November 2015 ) • EU-level transport stakeholder federations • Technical reports with EU & International impact • Involve in open public consultation 14

TAG & ERTRAC similar objectives Towards a 50% more efficient road transport system by TAG & ERTRAC similar objectives Towards a 50% more efficient road transport system by 2030: ERTRAC’s Strategic Research Agenda Guiding objectives for 2030 Indicator Energy efficiency: urban passenger transport +80% (pkm/k. Wh)* Energy efficiency: long-distance freight transport Decarbonization Guiding objective +40% (tkm/k. Wh) * Renewables in the energy pool Safety Reliability of transport schedules +50%* Urban accessibility Reliability Biofuels: 25% Electricity: 5% Preserve; Improve where possible Fatalities and severe injuries -60%* -70%* Cargo lost to theft and damage 15 * Versus 2010 baseline

ERTRAC’s Strategic Research Agenda All major stakeholders and public bodies are represented • • ERTRAC’s Strategic Research Agenda All major stakeholders and public bodies are represented • • • Research providers Automotive suppliers Intelligent transport systems Road infrastructures Energy/ fuel supply Vehicle manufacturers EU and national bodies Service providers Cities and regions Users/ consumables ERTRAC European Road Transport Research Advisory Council 16

Sustainable Road Transport The need for a sustainable road transport system will shape the Sustainable Road Transport The need for a sustainable road transport system will shape the development of future vehicle concepts Ø Ø Ø Ø Ø Eco-friendly driving Passenger comfort Terminal efficiency Driver and transport efficiency Driving ‘safe and smart’ Logistics efficiency Basic, affordable vehicles Modularity Cost-effective vehicles Vehicle efficiency 17

Recommendations ü Need to focus on inter-relationship between transport technology, social acceptance and behavioural Recommendations ü Need to focus on inter-relationship between transport technology, social acceptance and behavioural change ü Emphasise integration and the dismantling of ‘silos’ in transport research ü Exploit the explosion in transport-related data likely to become available ü Broaden the definition and assessment of transport externalities 18

Thank you! 19 Thank you! 19