Intermodal Transport

Le Groupe de travail du transport intermodal et de la logistique (WP.24 et ses prédécesseurs) a fourni, depuis 1951, un forum d’échanges pour l'information technique, juridique et politique et les meilleures pratiques sur le transport combiné et intermodal à l’échelle paneuropéenne.

Ce travail prépare, en amont, les conseils de politique générale, les négociations et l’administration des instruments juridiques multilatéraux.

L’objectif est de promouvoir le transport combiné et intermodal dans les 56 pays membres de la CEE-ONU et d’assurer l’utilisation optimale des équipements, infrastructures et terminaux utilisés pour ce mode de transport.

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31 October 2016
On 31st October, back-to-back to its 59th session, the Working Party on Intermodal Transport and Logistics will hold a workshop on "Promoting sustainable intermodal transport through innovative solutions" (the draft programme for the workshop can be found HERE). The agenda for the main session is available HERE, the documents for the session can be viewed HERE and the presentations for the workshop "Promoting sustainable intermodal transport through innovating solutions" HERE.

13 November 2015
On 30th November, back-to-back to its 58th session, the Working Party on Intermodal Transport and Logistics will hold a workshop on "Intermodality leads to sustainability" (programme)

28 August 2015
UNECE has today published on its website the Arabic, Chinese and Russian translations of the Code of Practice on the Packing of Containers (the CTU Code). These join the English, French and Spanish versions already available on the CTU Code homepage.

16 January 2015
The 57th session of WP.24 was held on 10-11 November 2014. The agenda, report, and working documents for the session are now available.

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Terminology on Combined Transport

This publication lists the principal terms used in combined transport or related to it. All the definitions referring specifically to the geographical framework of Europe may be applied to other regions of the world. They are intended for the work of the three intergovernmental organizations who have created this compilation: the- European Union (EU), the European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) and the Economic Commission for Europe of the United Nations (UNECE).