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N° 349 — The evolution of road administrations
1st Quarter 2011 / January
Contents of Routes/Roads magazine N° 349
by Jean-François Corté
- Focus on the PIARC seminars in 2011: Chile - China - Malaysia - Mongolia
- Nominations - Welcome - Budapest meetings - Republic of Korea, host country of the XXVth World Road Congress
- Reports : Iceland - Italy
- Updates: United States - Japan - Terminology Committee
- Forum for PIARC National Committees: Republic of Korea
- Budapest Conference discussion: What are the current developments in the organization and the missions of road administrations? - Road administrations presented:
- Bolivia - Roberto Sandóval
- China - Dongchang Dai
- Finland - Jukka Hirvelä
- France - François Cazottes
- Italy - Stefano Granati
- Japan - Nobuyuki Kitani
- Norway - Terje Moe Gustavsen
- Poland - Aleksandra Cybulska
- Switzerland - Alain Cuche
- St Gotthard: The world's longest railway tunnel - Promoting the transfer of freight traffic from road to rail - Florence Pictet
- Cycle of Integrity and Toolkit of Anti-Corruption Measures - Alexander Walcher, Rainer Stempkowski, Marianne Apfalter, Jonathan Spear
Note to the authors
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96 pages, bilingual French-English, distribution: 5,200 copies towards 142 countries.
PIARC President: Anne-Marie Leclerc (Canada-Quebec)
Director of Publication: Jean-François Corté
Editor in chief: Jean-Marc Philippeau
Art direction: Céline Le Graciet
Graphic designer: Cécile Aurousseau
Translations: Marie Pastol (AIPCR-PIARC), Isabelle Chemin, Isabelle Couté-Rodriguez, Robert Sachs
Also with the participation of: Claire Murdoch, Johanne Solheim, Hye-Ok Lee, Yasuyuki Matsumoto , Miguel Caso-Florez (aipcr/piarc)
Printing: IMB (France) ; Diffusion: GIS (France)
Price of a single copy: 20 €
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ISSN : 0004-556 X
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