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Flattening the peak travel period

4 Feb. 2021
Online, from 15.00 to 16.00 CET time (UTC+1)
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4 Feb.
4 February
from 15:00
to 15:10
Welcome and introduction to the topic
from 15:10
to 15:20
Session 1: Focus on Netherlands experience of using data to curb crowds
from 15:20
to 15:30
Session 2: Moscow Metro’s experience in passenger flow management during morning peak hour
from 15:30
to 15:40
Session 3: Shifting passenger traffic in the morning peak hours
from 15:40
to 15:50
Session 4: Milan reloaded: PT management in changing times
from 15:50
to 16:00
Last thoughts and wrap up
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