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TTRA European Chapter Conference, Breda/NL, 22.-24.04.2009 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Joachim Willms [Managing Director]   
Call for Papers TTRA2009
TTRA European Chapter Conference
“Transport and Tourism: Challenges, Issues and Conflicts”
22 – 24 April 2009, Rotterdam/Breda, The Netherlands
 
 OBJECTIVES OF THE CONFERENCE:  Although tourism’s very existence depends on transport, most researchers in transportation and logistics show little interest in tourism and travel, and few tourism researchers focus on transport issues. Important new technological developments in transport – e.g. the invention of passenger trains and jet aircraft – have always provided significant opportunities for the tourist industry. At the same time, tourism also has a major impact on transport modes and networks through its ability to supply additional motivations for leisure and business travel.

There is , therefore, a strong interdependence between tourism activities and transport systems, both of which have expanded at a large scale. However, this continued growth over many decades may be threatened in the near future by global factors such as climate change and security issues. The impact of transport on the environmental quality of destinations (e.g. noise and air pollution, damage to nature and landscapes) may increasingly set limits on tourism growth.
 
Integrated knowledge of transport and tourism is essential to develop destinations, tourism enterprises and effective tourism policies, and to cope with emerging local and global issues and conflicts. There are four sub-themes:
 
1.  Global  transport developments: air  transport congestion,  low cost carriers and regional airports, climate change, effects of oil prices  (peak-oil),  revival of  (high-speed)  rail,  tourism  flows,    the  cruise  tourism  boom,  emerging  transport technologies.
 
2.  Transport and  logistics at destinations:  infrastructure,  networks,  accessibility, transport  mode  choice  and  mode  shifts,  route  information,  safety  and  security issues,  logistics of goods and waste,  transport-based  tourist attractions, airports, railway stations, (mega-) events. 

3.  ICT  in  tourism  and  transport:  e-ticketing, GPS  applications,  internet  booking, video-conferencing,  imagineering,  electronic  logistic  support  systems,  ICT  in transport  network management  and  capacity  planning,  security  systems,  virtual travel. 

4.  Ethical  issues  and  sustainable  development:  climate  change,  local  transport induced  environmental  problems,  pro-poor/community  based  tourism,  cross-cultural  and  economic  guest-host  issues,  voluntary  tourism  in  developing countries.
 
Of course also papers dealing with other tourism research subjects than the main theme are most welcome at this conference.    

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
 
Mike Bérénos (Hasselt University), Rob Davidson (University of Westminster), Frédéric Dimanche (CERAM Business School), Isabelle Frochot (Université de Savoie), Jos Gadet (InHolland University of Applied Sciences), Sheila Flanagan (Dublin Institute of Technology), Carlos Lamsfus (CICtourGUNE), Martin Landré (NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, editor), Angelique Lombarts (InHolland University of Applied Sciences), Berendien Lubbe
(University of Pretoria), Robert Maitland (University of Westminster), Herman Mensink (NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences), Paul Peeters (NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences), Jan Willem Proper (NHTV University of Applied Sciences), Jarmo Ritalahti (Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences), Karel Werdler (InHolland University of Applied Sciences)

 
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
 
Presentation abstracts (300-500 words) by both academics and practitioners are welcome in the following categories:  
 
•  research papers  
•  case studies
•  applied (industry and sector) papers
•  master and doctoral student papers  
 
Abstracts should be submitted by Friday October 31st . They will be double-blind reviewed. The result of the review including acceptance or rejection will be sent no later than December 15th.  
 
Full papers should be submitted by Friday February 27th 2009.  
 
Abstracts should be submitted using the prescribed submission form. In case of a multi-authored abstract, the form should only be submitted by the corresponding author. Please send the completed form to the editor at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  
 
Papers must be written in English and follow the authors instructions issued by the editor.
 
Accepted papers and case studies will be published in the 2009 TTRA Europe Conference Proceedings. A selection of reviewed papers will be published in the European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research. There is an opportunity for authors to re-submit papers for this purpose.


More information can be found on the conference website http://www.ttra-europeconference.com/index.html.
 
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