Report of the Hundred and Twenty Second Round Table on Transport Economics held in Paris on 7-8th March 2002 on the following topic: Transport and exceptional public events

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European Conference of Ministers of Transport. Economic Research Centre
European Conference of Ministers of Transport, 2003 - Business & Economics - 338 pages
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Large-scale sporting, cultural and festive events are increasing in number; however, no two such events are quite the same. Exceptional events generate major flows of visitors and often require material back-up on a very large scale. They also involve very specific transport and logistics requirements. Security is another major consideration that must be taken into account when studying transportation for such events.The Round Table examined such events in Europe and the rest of the world, and noted that setting ambitious targets contributes to the quality of the event. Almost every experience is unique and one of the main conclusions of the Round Table is that a record should be kept of each event with regard to its organisation and staging requirements. In this way, an event 'memory' could be built up and made available to any would-be event organiser.

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Contents

What gives life to an event
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What do we mean by event nowadays?
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Structural typology of events from the transport planning standpoint
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