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Let’s meet in Tunis for our Seminar “Resilient, sustainable and safe rural roads & earth structures”!

Published on 18 April 2023.

Only two weeks left to register for our International Seminar on resilience, sustainability and road safety in rural area.

PIARC, the Tunisian Road Association (ATR) and the Ministry of Equipment and Housing of Tunisia, co-organise an International Seminar “Resilient, sustainable and safe rural roads & earth structures for a better future”. This seminar will be held in Tunis, from 3 to 5 May 2023, and will bring together road professionals from government, academia, private sector and universities.

>> Register here <<

This seminar is organised with PIARC Technical Committees 2.2 “Accessibility and Mobility in Rural Areas” and 4.3 “Earthworks”. Its main objectives are to improve understanding and to apprehend the challenges of rural roads and earth structures, to learn about best practices and models of implementation, and to create a forum to exchange ideas and solutions between road professional participants. Be one of us!

Practical information

  • Dates: from 3 to 5 May 2023
  • Venue: El Mouradi Gammarth Hotel, Tunis (Tunisia)
  • Language: English and French, with simultaneous translation
  • Registration form: click here

By clicking on this announcement, you will find all the necessary information on the programme, registration fees, accommodation options, how to get to the seminar, etc.

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