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2014

HIGHLIGHTS IN PICTURES

TRANSPORT FOR A CHANGING WORLD


Photo credits for the Highlights of the 2014 Summit brochures: Š OECD/ITF, Marco Urban, Marc-Steffen Unger, Simone M. Neumann, Sebastian Bolesch

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very year, ministers of transport from around the world are joined by business leaders, top researchers, representatives from international organisations, business and trade associations and NGOs for three days of debate and exchange at the Annual Summit of the International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Germany. More than 1 100 delegates from some 70 countries, including more than 30 ministers, met on 21-23 May 2014, to examine the impact of global megatrends on transport under the heading “Transport for a Changing World”. This brochure conveys the breadth of the event in images that I hope you will enjoy. Also available is a brochure summarising the substantive discussions.

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es ministres des transports du monde entier se retrouvent chaque année pendant trois jours pour participer à des débats et échanger leurs points de vue lors du Sommet annuel du Forum International des Transports à Leipzig (Allemagne). Y participent également les PDG et dirigeants du secteur, des chercheurs, des représentants d’organisations internationales et d’associations professionnelles, et des dirigeants d’organisations internationales. Ainsi plus de 1 100 délégués (dont plus de 30 ministres) issus de 70 pays se sont réunis du 21 au 23 mai 2014 pour mesurer l’impact des mégatendances dans les transports sous le thème « Des transports pour un monde en changement ». Cette brochure fournit une synthèse visuelle du Sommet et j’espère que vous l’apprécierez. Une brochure reprenant la teneur des discussions est également disponible.

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inmal im Jahr treffen sich Verkehrsminister aus der ganzen Welt mit Wirtschaftsführern, Wissenschaftlern, Vertretern internationaler Organisationen, Verbände und NGOs zu einem dreitägigen Gedankenaustausch im Rahmen des Weltverkehrsforums in Leipzig. Mehr als 1 100 Teilnehmer aus rund 70 Ländern, darunter mehr als 30 Minister, kamen dort vom 21. bis 23. Mai 2014 zusammen, um unter der Überschrift „Verkehr für eine Welt im Wandel“ die Auswirkungen aktueller Megatrends auf den Verkehrssektor zu diskutieren. Diese Broschüre gibt einen Überblick in Bildern über die Breite der Veranstaltung. Ebenfalls verfügbar ist eine Broschüre mit einer Zusammenfassung der inhaltlichen Diskussion.

José Viegas

Secretary-General / Secrétaire général / Generalsekretär

About the International Transport Forum

The International Transport Forum at the OECD is an intergovernmental organisation with 54 member countries. It acts as a think tank for transport policy and organises an Annual Summit of ministers. Our goal is to help shape the transport policy agenda on a global level, and ensure that it contributes to economic growth, environmental protection, social inclusion and the preservation of human life and well-being.

A propos du Forum International des Transports

Le Forum International des Transports de l’OCDE, est une organisation intergouvernementale comprenant 54 pays membres. Le Forum mène une analyse politique stratégique dans le domaine des transports et organise un sommet ministériel annuel. Notre ambition est d’aider à façonner l’agenda politique mondial des transports, et de veiller à ce qu’il contribue à la croissance économique, la protection de l’environnement, la cohésion sociale et la préservation de la vie humaine et du bien-être.

Über das Weltverkehrsforum

Das Weltverkehrsforum der OECD ist eine intergouvernementale Organisation mit 54 Mitgliedsstaaten. Es agiert als Denkfabrik und organisiert ein jährliches Gipfeltreffen der Verkehrsminister. Unser Ziel ist es, die Agenda der Verkehrspolitik auf globaler Ebene mitzugestalten und sicherzustellen, dass sie zu Wirtschaftswachstum, Umweltschutz, sozialer Inklusion und der Bewahrung menschlichen Lebens und Wohlbefindens beiträgt.

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Debate

In more than 20 thematic events, political decision-makers, business leaders and top experts explored how megatrends such as digitalisation, urbanisation or global warming affect transport policy

Lors de plus de 20 événements thématiques les décideurs politiques, PDG et dirigeants du secteur ont évalué les effets des mégatendances comme le numérique, l’urbanisation et le réchauffement climatique sur les politiques de transport

In mehr als 20 thematischen Runden diskutierten politische Entscheider, Topmanager und Experten die Bedeutung von Megatrends wie Digitalisierung, Verstädterung oder Klimawandel für die Verkehrspolitik

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Minister Alexander Dobrindt (Germany) addressing the Opening Plenary

Olof Persson, CEO of Volvo Group, speaking during the Open Ministerial

Raising a question

Helle Søholt during the ITF Masterclass

Discussing the future of transport

Eric-Mark Huitema (IBM; l.) and Ralph Menzano (Oracle) during the ‘Big Data’ panel


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Discussing solutions for urban areas during the ‘Designing Cities for People’ masterclass

OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría highlights the ITF report on airport capacity

Tyrell Duncan (Asian Development Bank; l.) and Geetam Tiwari (Indian Insitute of Technology) speak during the ‘Sustainable Transport for All’ panel

Media briefing with ITF SecretaryGeneral José Viegas

Prof. James K. Galbraith delivering the keynote on the first day of the 2014 Summit

An illustrator captures the essence of a Summit debate

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London’s Commissioner for Transport Sir Peter Hendy (r.) listening to Chilean Vice Minister for Transport Cristián Bowen

Delegates in discussion at the exhibition stand of the German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility

Carlo Ratti of MIT’s SENSEable City Lab presents at the Transport Innovation Talks

Deutsche Bahn CEO Rüdiger Grube makes a point

Olof Persson (Volvo; l.) and Helmut-Joseph Schramm (BMW; r.) listen to Kazuhiro Doi, Head of Nissan’s research centre

Innovator Bertrand Piccard (r.) sets out his vision; Vincent Kobesen (PTV Group; l.) and Dominique Senard (Michelin) listen

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Prof. Paul Romer (New York University) delivers his keynote on cities as drivers of growth

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Bryan Mistele (INRIX, Inc) makes a presentation during the Open Ministerial

Engaging the panel from the floor

Cindy Miller, CEO Europe of United Parcel Service, intervening during the panel on ‘The Workforce for a New Transport Future’

Fadi Selwan (VINCI Concessions) replies to a question during the ‘Better Use of Infrastructure’ session

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Ministers The International Transport Forum’s Annual Summit is the biggest global gathering of Ministers with responsibility for transport. More than 30 Ministers came to Leipzig in 2014

Le Sommet annuel du Forum International des Transports constitue le plus grand rassemblement international des ministres en charge des transports. Plus de 30 ministres étaient présents à Leipzig en 2014

Das Weltverkehrsforum ist das weltweit größte regelmäßige Gipfeltreffen von Ministern mit Verantwortung für Verkehrspolitik. Mehr als 30 Minister kamen 2014 nach Leipzig

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Secretary of State Frédéric Cuvillier (France; l.) in conversation with ITF Secretary-General José Viegas

Ministers and Heads of Delegation listen during the Ministerial

Minister Lüfti Elvan (Turkey; l.) exchanges cards with Ryuji Masuno, Japan’s Vice Minister for International Affairs (r.)

UK Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin (r.) shakes hands with ITF Secretrary-General José Viegas

One of the Ministers’ Roundtables discusses airport expansion

Minister Lisa Raitt (Canada; r.) in conversation with Susan Kurland, U.S. Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs

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Ministers Gerry Brownlee (New Zealand; r.), Frédéric Cuvilllier (France; c.), and Alexander Dobrindt (Germany; l.) pose with José Viegas (ITF)

The Summit Family Photo unites Ministers and VIPs onstage

Minister Abdulla Bilhaif Al-Nuaimi (United Arab Emirates; l.) in conversation with Singapore’s Transport Minister Tuck Yew Lui at the Ministers’ Dinner

Hyung Koo Yeo, Korea’s Vice Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, shows the way

Mexico’s Undersecretary for Transportation, Carlos Almada Lopez, speaks during the Closed Ministerial Session

Vice Minister Cristián Bowen (Chile; l.) and Austria’s Head of Delegation Christian Weissenburger sign an agreement on technological co-operation

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Deputy Minister Karel Dobeš (Czech Republic) and Secretary of State Sergio Monteiro (Portugal) exchange thoughts

Parliamentary State Secretary Dorothee Bär (Germany; r.) answers a question from moderator Melinda Crane

China’s Head of Delegation Guang Xu follows the translation during the Open Ministerial

Ministers Doris Leuthard (Switzerland; l.) and Alexander Dobrindt (Germany) chat

ITF Secretary-General José Viegas and Chile’s Vice Minister Cristián Bowen sign an agreement to create a logistics observatory for Chile

Ministers Maksym Burbak (Ukraine) and Lisa Raitt (Canada) greet each other

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Denmark’s Minister of Transport, Magnus Heunicke, during the Closed Ministerial Session

At a meeting of the Zurich Process, the group of transport ministers of the Alpine countries, Slovenian Minister Samo Omerzel (c.) takes over the presidency

Angel Gurría (OECD) takes a seat between Ministers Maksym Burbak (Ukraine; l.) and Magnus Heunicke (Denmark; r.) at a Ministers’ Roundtable

Lutz Bertling, President of Bombardier Transportation, addressing Ministers

Minna Kivimäki (Finland) and Minister Gerry Brownlee (New Zealand) sign an air services agreement during the Summit

Getting ready for the traditional Family Photo

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Awards The International Transport Forum Awards 2014 were presented in three categories: Promising Innovation, Transport Achievement and Young Researcher of the Year

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Le Forum International des Transports a remis des prix dans trois domaines : Innovation d’avenir, Meilleure réalisation, et Jeune chercheur

Die Preise des Weltverkehrsforums 2014 wurden in drei Kategorien verliehen: für vielversprechende Innovationen, für besondere Leistungen und an den Nachwuchswissenschaftler des Jahres


From left to right: Haye Mensonides (Xerox - Promising Innovation Award), Secretary of State Frédéric Cuvillier (France), Maurizio Baruffi (City of Milan - Transport Achievement Award), José Viegas (ITF), Minister Alexander Dobrindt (Germany), Shangjiang Zhu (George Mason University - Young Researcher of the Year), Vice Minister Cristián Bowen (Chile). Not pictured: Simon Bosschieter (Holland Container Innovations - Promising Innovation Award)

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More than 1 100 participants from some 70 countries used the Summit to build their global network among transport decision-makers

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Plus de 1 100 délégués provenant de 70 pays ont démontré que le Sommet annuel constituait pour les décideurs une opportunité d’interagir avec un réseau de contacts internationaux

Mehr als 1 100 Teilnehmer aus rund 70 Ländern nutzten das Weltverkehrsforum, um mit Entscheidern des Verkehrssektors aus aller Welt zu netzwerken


Networking

Handshake with (from left to right) Vice Minister Bambang Susantono (Indonesia), Temel Kotil (CEO of Turkish Airlines), Marc-AndrÊ O’Rourke (National Airlines Council of Canada), Thomas Woldbye (CEO Copenhagen Airports), Pat Cox (former President of the European Parliament)

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Philippe Crist (ITF; l.) with Susan Zielinski (SMART/University of Michigan) and Santhosh Kodukula (SMART)

Patrick Oliva (Michelin; l.) and Ralph Menzano (Oracle) exchange cards

Parliamentary State Secretary Dorothee Bär (Germany; r.) in conversation with Minister Lüfti Elvan (Turkey; l.) and José Viegas

Minister Maksym Burbak (Ukraine; l.) and Turkish Airlines CEO Temel Kotil

Vincent Kobesen, CEO of PTV Group, Jean-Dominique Senard, CEO of Michelin and Lutz Bertling, President of Bombardier Transportation (from left to right)

Secretary of State Frédéric Cuvillier (France; l.) sharing a moment with Yoshitsugu Hayashi (Nagoya University, Japan) at the Presidency Reception

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Leipzig Mayor Burkhard Jung (l.) and Vice Minister Cristián Bowen (Chile; r.) connect at the Bicycle Tour

Networking at the Summit Gala Dinner

Road Safety Expert Véronique Feypell (ITF; l.) with Urban Development Specialist Ahmed Al Qabany (Islamic Development Bank, c.)

Rufino León Tovar, Minister of Transport and Roads of Mexico City (l.) and Miller Crockart, Vice President of PTV Group

FIA President Jean Todt (r.) and ITF SecretaryGeneral José Viegas sign a co-operation agreement for road safety work

ITF Secretary-General José Viegas in discussion at the Presidency Reception

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Exhibition 32 companies, countries and organisations showcased their work at the Summit exhibition. 13 were present for the first time

32 sociétés, pays et organisations ont pris part à l’exposition du Sommet 2014 – C’était leur première participation pour 13 d’entre eux

32 Firmen, Organisationen und Länder stellten sich und ihre Arbeit an eigenen Ständen vor. 13 davon waren zum ersten Mal beim Weltverkehrsforum vertreten

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BMW’s brand-new i8 hybrid sports car was a main exhibition draw

Cargo bike demonstration in the outdoor exhibition

At the ITF exhibition stand

Visitors at the PTV Group stand

The German and French Ministers at the DHL stand

France’s prominent stand highlighted the country’s 2014 Presidency of the ITF


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Dekra’s mobile driving simulator for safety training was a major attraction of the outdoor exhibition

Bustling exhibition area during a break

Deutsche Bahn CEO Rüdiger Grube (r.) in discussion with UK Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLouglin (c.) at the company’s stand

Test-driving the electric BMW i3 car in the outoor exhibition area

Turkish Airlines CEO Temel Kotil (l.) at his company’s stand

The exhibition stand of AGES, provider of advanced road user charging systems

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Media Media from around the globe reported from Leipzig on the role of transport for a changing world

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Les mĂŠdias du monde entier ont couvert le Sommet de Leipzig sur le rĂ´le des transports dans un monde en changement

Medien aus der ganzen Welt berichteten aus Leipzig zum Theme Verkehr fĂźr eine Wlet im Wandel


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A packed press conference in the media centre

Fielding a question to transport experts

Media at an exhibition stand during the VIP walkaround

Award winners Simon Bosschieter of Holland Container Innovations (c.) and Shangjiang Zhu (George Mason University; r.) being interviewed

Journalists follow the presentation of the Ministerial Declaration at the official Summit press conference

OECD SecretaryGeneral Angel GurrĂ­a is interviewed by an Australian TV crew

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Side Events Presented by partner organisations, a wide range of side events offered additional perspectives on the 2014 Summit theme

De nombreux événements parallèles présentés par des organisations partenaires ont permis d’enrichir le thème du Sommet en y apportant d’autres perspectives

Eine breite Palette von Nebenveranstaltungen, präsentiert von Partnerorganisationen, boten zusätzliche Perspektiven auf das Thema des Weltverkehrsforums 2014

Jose-Luis Irigoyen (World Bank) and Chile’s Vice Minister Cristián Bowen (l.) at the Side Event ‘Safe, Clean, Fair and Green: An Agenda for Sustainable Mobility post-2015’ organised by the FIA Foundation 28


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At the ‘Bike Your Business’ Side Event, Katrin Dziekan of Germany’s Federal Environment Agency (UBA) presents the business case for cargo bikes

Masaki Ogata (East Japan Railway Company) speaks during the Side Event on ‘Economic Impacts of Railway Transport Activity’

A presentation during the Side Event ‘National Urban Transport Policy: Enabling More Sustainable Development in a Changing World’, organised by ITDP, UITP, GIZ and the Bridging the Gap initiative

Christian Wolmar (moderator; l.), Elliott Sclar (Columbia University, USA) and Fred Salvucci, (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; r.) at the side event ‘Financing Urban Access’ organised by the Volvo Research and Education Foundations

Vice Minister Bambang Susantono (Indonesia) speaks at the ‘Shared Road Safety’ side event organised by the International Motorcycle Manufacturers Association (IMMA)

Gavin Roser, Secretary-General of The European Freight and Logistics Leaders Forum (F&L) opens the Side Event ‘Sustainable Freight - Creating a Joint Vision for Business and Legislators’

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Leipzig Bike Tour The bicycle tour around the Summit’s host city Leipzig, led by Lord Mayor Burkhard Jung, highlighted cycling as an increasingly important form of urban mobility

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La visite à vélo de la ville de Leipzig accueillant le Sommet, conduite par le maire Burkhard Jung, a souligné l’importance croissante de ce mode de transport en milieu urbain

Die von Leipzigs Oberbürgermeister Burkhard Jung angeführte Radtour durch die Gastgeberstadt des Weltverkehrsforums unterstrich die wachsende Bedeutung des Radfahrens für städtische Mobilität


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Lord Mayor Burkhard Jung showing the way at the start of the Leipzig Bike Tour

Savouring Leipzig’s urban greenery

Cycling straight into Leipzig’s football stadium

A break at Leipzig’s Hippodrome

Participants listening to explanations from the Lord Mayor

A police escort ensures safe passage of the Summit cyclists

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Sponsors and Corporate Partners


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Helmut-Joseph Schramm (r.) of BMW, the Summit’s Mobility Sponsor, explains the new i8 model hybrid sports car to Ministers Cuvillier (France) and Dobrindt (Germany)

Hanns-Karsten Kirchmann (r.), CEO of Platinum Sponsor Toll Collect, welcomes Ministers Dobrindt (Germany) and Cuvillier (France) to the company’s exhibition stand

Fatih Sener, Chairman of the International Transporters Association of Turkey (UND; c.), a Summit Gold Sponsor, presents Ministers Dobrindt (Gemany; l.) and Cuvillier (France) with a gift at the UND stand

Jeroen Eijsink, CEO of DHL Freight Germany, with ITF Secretary-General José Viegas, Ministers Cuvillier (France) and Dobrindt (Germany) at the Gold Sponsor’s stand (from right to left)

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Ministers Alexander Dobrindt (Germany, c.) and Frédéric Cuvillier (France; r.) present Silver Sponsor DEKRA’s new road safety report with company representative Andreas Kraus

6. Corporate Partnership Board (CPB) family photo with (from left to right) Pierre Fillet (Total), Lin Weng (COSCO), Mats Boll (Volvo), Michael Clausecker (Bombardier), Niklas Gustavsson (Volvo), Philippe Crist (ITF), Vincent Kobesen (PTV Group), Sharon Masterson (ITF), Miller Crockart (PTV Group), Patrick Oliva (Michelin), Gilbert Konzett (Kapsch AG), Zhang Baozhong (CCCC International), Takuma Mizuno (Nissan)

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2014 Summit: Highlights in Pictures  

Picture highlights of the International Transport Forum's 2014 Summit on Transport for a Changing World, Leipzig, Germany 21-23 May 2014.

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