July 2017 Issue 29

Latest news from the Transport Research & Innovation Portal


Dear Reader,

    

Welcome to the July edition of the Transport Research & Innovation Portal (TRIP) newsletter.

    

This month's edition includes important information about TRIP's integration into the Transport Research and Innovation Monitoring and Information System (TRIMIS) this autumn. Before TRIP becomes TRIMIS, we need you to tell us if you are happy to continue receiving updates. See below for information on how you can do this.

    

Kind regards,

The TRIP team

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Protecting your privacy and keeping you up to date

This autumn, TRIP's database of transport research will be transferred to a new platform called TRIMIS.

          

TRIMIS will combine TRIP's database with monitoring on the effectiveness of the seven Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda (STRIA) roadmaps. We will make a more detailed announcement on what this entails closer to the launch this autumn. However, ahead of this, we need you to confirm whether you are happy for us to use your data to send you information regarding TRIMIS.         

          

Why do we need your permission?

As part of the move to TRIMIS, TRIP's data, which is hosted by Ricardo, will be moved to a system managed by the Joint Research Centre (JRC). We need you to confirm whether you are happy for your data to be transferred to JRC.

  

How we will use your data

Ricardo and JRC will use your data to provide you with updates and news regarding TRIMIS, in a similar manner to the TRIP updates you have received. We will not transfer your data to any other party.

  

Can I unsubscribe at a later date?

All of our communications to you will include a link to unsubscribe from future updates.

   

Please tell us if you are happy to receive updates from TRIMIS after September by emailing the TRIP help desk. If you do not email the help desk, you will stop receiving updates from September.

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Transport safety workshop 

                                                           

TRIP's sixth stakeholder workshop took place in Brussels last month. Delegates from within the field of transport safety discussed the latest research and TRIP's recommendations.


The final report will be published in late autumn.

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