The UTSG Electronic Mailing List

An Email based mailing list has been established by the Universities Transport Study Group (UTSG). The list provides an electronic discussion forum and information resource for researchers in the field of transport primarily, but not exclusively, in the academic community.

The list was established in October 1993, and has a steadily growing membership, including researchers in all continents of the World.

The aim of the list is to facilitate information sharing, (e.g. news of new research, conferences, seminars and workshops) and to promote links, collaborative working, joint problem-solving and mutual support. Depending on the level of usage of the list and on demand, sub-lists may be set up in the future for special interests or particular types of information.

The list is administered by the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. It is one of several hundred lists managed by the JISCmail facility funded by the Higher and Further Education Councils of the UK.

UTSG JISCmail website – http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/utsg.html

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This may work well for students or ECR looking for an interesting role.

On 23 September 2020 at 15:22:53, Fernando Liesa (fliesa@etp-alice.eu) wrote:

Dear ALICE member,

With this e-mail we would like to inform you on this open position in ALICE for a Project & Knowledge Manager.

More information and application procedure is in the following link. [...]
Posted: September 23, 2020, 8:36 pm
Virtual Special Issue in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment

In societies around the world, class, racial, ethnic, religious, linguistic and gender inequities form daunting headwinds on the path to creating just, inclusive and thriving societies. Our transportation systems reflect, reinforce, and exacerbate these inequities by addressing the needs of affluent populations while ignoring the needs of more vulnerable populations and excluding the perspectives of vulnerable populations in transportation planning and design efforts. In general, drivers enjoy faster travel times and better employment outcomes than those who use other modes, cyclists of color are more likely to be killed [...]
Posted: September 23, 2020, 1:45 pm
Edinburgh Napier University will host the 6th Annual Electric Vehicle Event on Thursday 8th October at 10am-1pm.

Michael Matheson, the Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity will give the keynote address.

The event is taking place virtually via WebEx and is FREE to attend.
The list of the speakers and the registration are available at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/edinburgh-napier-universitys-6th-annual-electric-vehicle-event-tickets-122034314921. Updates will be available at https://blogs.napier.ac.uk/tri/annual-electric-vehicle-event/.
The WebEx link for the event will be circulated once registration has been received. [...]
Posted: September 21, 2020, 2:11 pm