A round table on the development of transportation, advanced digital technologies for the transportation process
In October 2021, in accordance with the decision of the EEC Board, it is planned to approve the list of EAEU transport corridors. This event will be the result of significant analytical work carried out by the EAEU member states, the Eurasian Economic Commission and the sectoral expert community.
Giving key importance to issues of economic growth, the Union's member states traditionally express their interest in taking effective measures to strengthen and implement the transport and transit potential of their transport systems. Since the development of international transport corridors is a complex cross-sectoral issue, certain aspects of this work are raised within the framework of various working bodies of EEC.
For its part, the International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation has for many years been carrying out productive work in organizing Euro-Asian rail and multimodal services, working on the development and implementation of initiatives in the field of digitalization in transport, the integration of Trans-Eurasian routes into multilateral international projects.
In this regard, the Eurasian Economic Commission and the International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation will hold a roundtable on "Eurasian Transport Corridors as a Part of Global Transportation System" in November 2021 in Moscow.
The subject of the round table covers the most important current issues facing the transport industry today. Particular attention will be paid to the conditions for the development of multimodal transport, advanced digital technologies of transportation process, safety, security and environmental friendliness.
In the framework of the Round Table the participants will be able to share their experiences and discuss the prospects of the Trans-Eurasian transport communications development, with due consideration of the actual tendencies.
The round table will be attended by government authorities, rail transport and logistics organizations, associations of the EAEU member states, as well as the Eurasian Development Bank.
Currently, the Department of Transport and Infrastructure of the Eurasian Economic Commission together with the authorized bodies of the EAEU member states and the CCTT Secretariat are working on organizational issues for the upcoming event.