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Conference Program

up to 400 Experts / 5 Days / More than 30 workshops & sessions / Additional technical visits

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Individuals interested in sharing information at the symposium are encouraged to submit an abstract to be considered to participate in a poster session.  Students are invited to submit papers to be considered for a poster session and the Student Paper Award competition. Please submit via Find out all information about the Submission Tool and how to create an account for the submission tool. If you have questions, please contact us via

Submission Deadlines for Papers & Posters as well for the Student Paper Competition

March 15, 2023 - Deadline to submit abstracts for proposed posters to present during the symposium. Authors notified of the decision to present posters and papers by the end of March 2023.

April 21, 2023 - Deadline to submit paper for student paper competition. Top 3 finalists notified of the decision by the beginning of May 2023. The award includes up to 3300 euros per student in paid travel expenses for the top three (3) finalists to present their paper at the conference. In addition, the first, second and third ranked papers will receive award certificates along with 1000, 750 and 500 euros, respectively.

Draft Program

Find here the current status of the program. Dates, times and sessiontitels might be changed.

Program by Session Type


Tuesday, 27 June 2023


  • Plenary Session 1: Opening


  • Plenary Session 2: Visioning Traffic Management's Future

Wednesday, 28 June 2023


  • Plenary Session 3: Improving the Value Proposition for Traffic Management


  • Plenary Session 4: Improving Traffic Management - Collaboration and Research Opportunities


Tuesday, 27 June 2023


  • Session 1A: Collaboration and Added Value in Traffic Management
  • Session 1B: Latest Advances/Emerging Technologies used for Managed Motorways
  • Session 1C: Assessing the Capabilities and Performance of Traffic Management Systems
  • Session 1D: Traditional Public Transportation Finance vs. Concession Models


  • Kapsch: How to use Data Driven Connected Services to Implement Mobility Management


  • Session 2A: Fullfilling Promises and Meeting User and Operator Needs
  • Session 2B: Traffic Operations During Emergency and Severe Weather Events
  • Session 2C: Planning for the Next Generation of Traffic Management Systems
  • Session 2D: Congestion Pricing: Global Experiences on Traffic, Revenue, Investment, and Operations


  • SWARCO: Preparing and Classifying the Road Infrastructure in terms of its Suitability for
    Automated Driving


  • Session 3B: Post COVID Safety Management
  • Session 3C: Collecting and Using Connected and Automated Vehicle Data to Manage Traffic
  • Session 3D: Distance-based Road Charging: A Solution for Declining Motor Fuel Tax Revenues?

Wednesday, 28 June 2023


  • Session 4B: Digital Twinning for the Future of Freeway and Tolling Operations
  • Session 5D: The Climate Imperative: Pricing and Finance Contributions toward Net Zero Transportation Goals 
  • Special Session: Coffee with an expert – students get the chance to talk to international experts


  • Session 5B: Use of Artificial Intelligence for Freeway and Tollway Operations
  • Session 5C: Managing Traffic Management System Assets and Resources
  • Session 4D: Tolled Motorways and Safety
  • Special Session: Managing Traffic for Planned Special Events


  • Session 3A: Innovative Methods for Sharing Data
  • Session 4B: Digital Twinning for the Future of Freeway and Tolling Operations
  • Special Session: Coffee with an expert – students get the chance to talk to international experts


Monday, 26 June 2023


  • Setting a Strategic Direction for Agency Traffic Management Systems (WS 1)


  • Urban Vehicle Access Regulations – a Key Tool for Future Traffic Management (WS 13)
  • Challenges with Incorporating Connected and Automated Vehicles into Traffic Management (WS 14)


  • Using Connected and Automated Vehicle Messages to Manage Traffic on Freeways (WS 9)
  • Traffic Infrastructure Management, Road Maintenance and Safety Evaluation (WS 10)


  • Three Pillars of Transportation Systems Management and Operations in the United States (WS 2)
  • Ecosystems to Enable the Sharing of Electronic Messages and Data (C-ITS and more) (WS 6)
  • Traffic Operations during Emergency and Severe Weather Events (WS 12)


  • Future Concepts for Managing and Operating the Surface Transportation System (WS 16)
  • Sharing Mobility Data for Traffic Management (Mobility Data Spaces and Platforms) (WS 8)
  • Traffic Modeling and Impact Assessment (WS 3)

Tuesday, 27 June 2023


  • Integrated Mobility Management (WS 4)

Wednesday, 28 June 2023


  • Session 6A: Digital Traffic Regulations as a Basis for Dynamic Traffic Management Measures (WS 5)
  • Session 6B: Benefits and Challenges for Integrating Fleet Operations and Traffic Management (WS 11)


  • Session 5A: Traffic Management and Climate Neutrality (WS 17)


  • Session 6C: Intelligent Asset Management: Informationdriven, integrated and sustainable (WS 7)
  • Session 6D: Hubs for Transit Ride Sharing (WS 15)