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FLOW at the FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting, 7 April 2017 Brussels (Belgium)


From 5--7th April 2017, some 100 transport infrastructure research experts from Europe and beyond met for the 2017 FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting (FIRM17), the Forum of European National Highway Research Laboratories.

At this key event, FEHRL's new Strategic European Road and cross-modal Research and Implementation Plan, updated <link http:>Forever Open Road Resilient roadmap were launched.On 7 April 2017, Bernard Gyergyay from Rupprecht Consult presented the FLOW approach during the ‘Mobility as a service & Active Modes’ session. His presentation is available further down.For more information about the conference, please visit <link http: _blank>FEHRL website.

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[1] FLOW Presentation: Making active modes count in transport planning