We are pleased to invite you to submit your research to Bridging Transportation Researchers Conference #6, a fully online conference. It is a great opportunity to participate in an international conference at no cost and with no emissions. We want to increase the presence of Asian researchers this year. We look forward to your submissions.
At zero cost and practically zero carbon, BTR brings transportation engineers, planners, and policymakers together globally by removing the burden of travel, the cost of registration, and greenhouse gases associated with transport and accommodations. We welcome researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines, particularly individuals who are unable to obtain a visa or afford to travel to and participate in international conferences.
Please join us online on August 7 and 8, 2024, for two days of multi-track Zoom-based meetings. Zoom links and session details (with 20- to 30-minute presentation slots) will be sent to all registrants after papers are submitted and reviewed and final topics are scheduled. Presentation time-zone preferences will be obtained from authors before scheduling.
Paper Submission Instructions:
The BTR#6 submission deadline is March 31, 2024.
All manuscripts should be written in English and, for double-blind review, should exclude any information revealing the names or affiliations of the authors. The submission process will be managed via EasyChair. BTR does not have proceedings, and submitting your work to BTR does not prevent you from submitting it to journals. You can also submit your recently published work for presentation at BTR. Papers should not exceed 10,000 words, including references.
Any transportation-related areas, including but not limited to:
• Public transportation
• Emerging mobility services (shared, electrified)
• Intelligent transportation systems
• Connected and automated vehicle control
• Travel demand modeling
• Freight transportation
• Transportation Safety
• Infrastructure management
• Design, construction, and pavement engineering
Source: Giancarlos Parady, from the University of Tokyo [EASTS]