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09 02 ANPET ZIRP NotíciaOne of the leading international conferences in the field of transport and traffic science ZIRP 2022 will take place in Šibenik on September 28th - 30th 2022.

Focus of ZIRP 2022 conference is "Long-Term Sustainability in Transportation and Logistics - Covid-19 Aftermath", but as always you are welcome to explore other topics related to transport, logistics and aeronautics.


All accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings „Transportation Research Procedia“ (Referenced in Scopus and WoS).

Conference Proceedings indexed in Scopus and Web of Science are published in English in “Transportation Research Procedia”, publishing house Elsevier BV (SJR 2019 = 0,657 comparable to the Q2 journals of the subject area “Social Sciences” of the field of study “Transport” (SA-Social Sciences (Transportation)).

Additionally, paper assessed by the Programme Committee as a significant contribution to science will be recommended for possible publication in accordance with the usual procedure in the journals:

  • PROMET - Traffic & Transportation (Referenced in SCIE, WoS)
  • Sustainability - Special Issue "The Future of Sustainable Urban Mobility" (Referenced in SCIE, WoS)
  • Energies - Special Issue "Sustainability and Energy Efficiency in Logistics" (Referenced in SCIE, WoS)

Deadline for papers submission – May 31th, 2022
Notification of Paper Acceptance - July 18th, 2022

Please find more details on the ZIRP website or our LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram!

07 02 Anpet Inscrições NoticiaÁrea: Geotecnia Ambiental e Mecânica dos Solos Experimental e Teórica

Informações: 01 Vaga Professor do Ensino Superior
Titulação: Doutorado em Geotecnia ou em Engenharia Civil com Ênfase em Geotecnia

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03 02 Noticia Anpet TransportResearchA Transportation Research Part A está recebendo artigos sobre Aligning  Transportation with Sustainable Development Goals in the Global South. O objetivo é trazer discussões sobre igualdade, mobilidade, bem-estar, sustentabilidade e acessibilidade para o planejamento de transporte.

O prazo de submissão é 22/03/2022.

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02 02 ANPET Revista NotíciaA Revista Brasileira de Transportes - RBT é uma publicação para difusão científica, bilíngue, com periodicidade semestral, vinculada ao FGV Transportes, centro de estudos e pesquisas em transportes, logística e mobilidade urbana da FGV. Para publicação na RBT, serão considerados artigos inéditos, que não devem estar sob avaliação de outro periódico, mesmo que em outro idioma, com a exceção de trabalhos apresentados em anais de congressos. O acesso ao conteúdo da RBT é aberto, sem cobrança de qualquer valor pecuniário para submissão ou publicação.

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03 02 Noticia Anpet TransportPolicySpecial Issue: Accessibility, Mobility, and Equity: Lessons, Pitfalls and Perspectives from Transport Policies in Latin America

Prazo de submissão: 30 de Março de 2022.

Background: Despite the benefits and social relevance of sustainable transportation, it has not always been a priority for the urban planning agendas of most Latin American cities. The region has witnessed urban development based historically on high investment in urban roads and public transport, with a lack of public investment in pedestrian spaces and bicycle infrastructure. The COVID-19 pandemic has recently accelerated some strategies and policies to promote sustainable transport, but it has also made evident some inequality patterns previously ignored within the Latin American planning perspective. Among many things, the pandemic has highlighted the importance of urban logistics systems, the role of technologies in performing daily activities, and the need to provide access to essential services in proximity to households through adequate urban planning.

Latin America has also been a laboratory for innovative transport policy planning and implementation. In recent years, the region has witnessed important advances in public transport systems, the strengthening of bicycle use, and policies discouraging car use. Also, discussions about equity and accessibility have gained relevance in the public agenda. All these policies have provided lessons learned both through successes and pitfalls.

This special issue seeks articles based on Latin American experiences in tackling transportation problems, revitalizing the role of active and public transportation in our cities, and identifying gaps and barriers to implementing sustainable transport policies. This special issue is a space to present and discuss lessons learned from recent transportation planning processes in Latin America and to propose current and future challenges and solutions in the transportation field, particularly those related to accessibility, sustainability and equity.

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