Newsletters: Inter-modal Transport Data Sharing Programme

Newsletters: Inter-modal Transport Data Sharing Programme

About The Inter-Modal Transport Data-Sharing Programme

The Inter-Modal Transport Data-Sharing Programme is a research programme that will commence with a conference and convene a Working Group to explore alternative data sharing models and framework conditions in unlocking and supporting intermodal transport in Hong Kong. Doing so will drive the local development of smart city applications such as traffic management, electric and autonomous vehicles. It will put long-term urban planning and sustainability policies on a more evidence-based and data-driven footing.

Past updates on the programme featured in our newsletters which can be viewed below.

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