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Webinar: Strategies and Tools for Sustainable and Resilent Intermodal Transport Networks (4th July 2024)

04 July 2024 9:00 am - 10:30 pm

As part of the activity field Resilient Transport Networks we present this webinar focused on strategies and tools for sustainable and resilient intermodal transport networks. Today, globalization and unforeseen disruptions make it difficult to maintain a robust and resilient supply chain.  Multimodality and intermodality plays an important role in minimising the impact of them, understading this ecosystem, making it transparent and mastering it will lead to a better use of the different transport methods and nodes.

In this webinar, organised by ALICE, we will feature different projects and companies presenting tools, technologies and their understanding on how we can make the multimodal and intermodal network more efficient and accessible.


Welcome and Introduction

  • Pablo Segura – ALICE

Understanding the multimodal transport ecosystem: Initial results and next steps in ReMuNet project

Intermodal services for routing and network optimization to enable modal shift in simulation, collaboration and operational scenarios

Making the use of intermodal transport as transparent and flexible as modern multimodal passenger trips

  • Lars Deiterding – HACON

Mastering intermodal transport networks: Lessons Learned and Strategies for Optimization

Sustainability And Resilience for Infrastructure and Logistics networks (SARIL) methodology

Q&A and next steps


To participate in this workshop, simply accept the calendar invitation sent to you by  info@etp-alice.eu or follow this link: https://meet.goto.com/ALICE-ETP/sustainableandresilientintermodaltransportnetworks.

Following the workshop, recorded session videos and presentations will be accessible on the ALICE Corridors, Hubs and Synchromodality Thematic Group (TG2) event page.

For more details on the event and to view the updated agenda, please visit the public Webinar page.

We look forward to connecting with you online. Feel free to reach out to us to discuss your innovations and collaboration opportunities relevant to this group!

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