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Transportation plays an important role in stimulating the success of economic growth. Founded and licensed in 2008, Asian Transportation Research Society or ATRANS is a non-profitable research institution aiming at producing practical research activities by granting research fund to its members for more than 50 research projects until present.

The COVID-19 pandemic has tremendously caused a global standstill and impacted several areas of industry including transportation particularly public transport, aviation, travel, tourism, and logistics as well as the others such as consumption (food & beverage); retail experience unprecedented disruptions in supply chains and consequently led to a surge in unemployment rates. Its trend continues to rise.

While people mobilizing across the globe, and to some extent, of freight transport has enabled spreading the COVID-19, the role of transport connectivity in dealing with the crisis and post-crisis recovery is much more critical. Regional cooperation on transport connectivity would be the key issue in helping to provide effective response in the course of a pandemic and in the subsequent recovery efforts for Sustainable Development, building resilience to future pandemics and crises.

Hence, it is vital important to bring together academia, experts, and those devising better solutions for the increasingly demanding challenge of the digital transformation and smart mobility for safe, efficient, sustainable transport and logistics post COVID-19 era.

In pursuits of “Transport for a Better Life,” ATRANS will continue to seek for quantitative and qualitative transport research challenges as we believe R & D are key to finding solutions.

Thank you very much.

Chamroon Tangpaisalkit, Mr.
ATRANS Chairperson

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