Learn more about the COVID-19 report in PIARC's next webinar!
18 February, 2021
In this webinar, the PIARC COVID-19 Response Team will present the detailed Technical Report which was published in December 2020, as well as its lessons learnt and recommendations. The webinar will be held in French on 24 February, 2021.
This webinar will focus on the presentation and discussion of the detailed technical report that was released in December 2020, as well as lessons learned to date and the way forward.
The report is available in English and Spanish, soon in French, and can be downloaded here.
Register for the webinar by clicking on the following link. This webinar is free and open to all. The number of seats is limited, and sessions will be managed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Patrick Mallejacq, Secretary General, PIARC
José Manuel Blanco Segarra, Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Spain - Spanish-speaking Secretary of TC 1.1
Valentina Galasso, Deloitte Consulting, Italy - Chair of TC 2.4
Fabio Pasquali, ANAS S.p.A, Italy - Chair of TC 1.2
Lise Fournier, Ministry of Transport of Quebec - French-speaking Secretary of TC 3.1
Robin Sébille, Deputy Secretary General, PIARC
Stéphanie Gaudé, CEREMA, France - French-speaking Secretary of TC 3.2
Olivier Quoy, Atlandes, France - Member of TC 2.3
Pascal Rossigny, CEREMA, France - French-speaking Secretary of TC 3.3
The webinar will be held in French.
How do I register?
Register by clicking on the following link. This webinar is free and open to all. The number of seats is limited, and sessions will be managed on a first-come, first-served basis.
When will it be held?
February 24 at 1 p.m. (Paris time)
COVID-19 - PIARC's response
In an effort to share critical, near real-time information on actions taken by road and transport administrations during this crisis, PIARC is rapidly organizing a series of webinars for practitioners and experts to share their experience, knowledge, and some of the most effective responses to COVID-19. While current practices are not yet fully validated and what works in certain regions of the world may not be valid on a global scale, these shared experiences can be valuable tools in managing this crisis, where a good idea now could save lives, improve the resilience of the economy and employment, and minimize service disruptions now and in the future.