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Riga

Workshop on passenger terminals

5 Sep 2013 Latvia Riga

The role and place of passenger transport terminals in transport chain.

Agenda
  • Introduction
    IRU and APC
  • Multimodal transport terminals – a must for the future
    Jan Velleman, Secretary General, Eurolines
  • Provision of high standard services for passengers – the importance of bus and coach terminals in the implementation of the Bus and Coach Passenger Rights Regulation
    Meglena Kuneva, Special Adviser on passenger rights to European Commission Vice-President Siim Kallas
  • The role of bus and coach terminals in providing services and information designed for all: the passengers’ experience of Riga’s international coach terminal
    Jurgis Briedis, Environment accessibility expert, Organisation of people with disabilities and their friends “Apeirons”
  • How to guarantee the access of buses and coaches to other transport modes’ infrastructure?
    Dins Merirands, Deputy State Secretary, Latvian Ministry of transport
  • How is the lack of bus and coach terminals hampering the opening of long-distance bus and coach services in Germany?
    Stefan Christian, President, APC
  • Additional material:
  • Public transport accessibility – development of ticketing systems and passenger information systems
    Boris Kadish, Chairman of the Board, SWD Factory
  • T-solutions – new approach to public transport ticketing and resource planning
    Andres Osula, Chairman of the Board, Tallinn coach terminal

Tallink Hotel, 24 Elizabetes str. Riga, Latvia