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The aim of the Conference is to provide a platform of discussion for international experts on issues related to transport development and their impact on the environment. The event should also become a media for experts from various transportation branch to exchange ideas and opinions on managing and mitigating the potential negative impact of the transportation activities to the societies and environment.

The APTE Conference wasinitiated in 1998 in Singapore. Since then, the Conference has been organized regularly every two years, hosted in Singapore (2004, 2007), China (2000, 2005, 2009), Indonesia (2010), Thailand (2012), Sri Lanka (2014), and the last one was Malaysia (2016).

For this  11th APTE Conference, agreement  has been reached with the Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (JTTE). It will publish selected papers from this conference. JTTE is a bimonthly English journal, organized by Chang’an University, and published by Elsevier. All the published papers are available on ScienceDirect. JTTE has been indexed by SCOPUS, ESCI, CSA, DOAJ databases. It publishes high-quality peer-reviewed papers on engineering, planning, management, and information technology of transportation. Publication in JTTE is totally free.For more information of JTTE, please go to http://www.elsevier.com/locate/jtte and http://www.keaipublishing.com/jtte.

Other conference papers will be published in matec-web of Conference, Which has also been indexed by SCOPUS, GOOGLE SCHOLAR, CSA, DOAJ databases. For more information about matec web of Conferences, please visit http://matec-conferences.org.

The theme of the conference is Affordable Urban Transport and Its Impact to the Society and the Environment. The topics of interest for paper submission include but not limited to:

  1. Transport system resilient during disaster
  2. Transport safety
  3. Economic, social and environmental impact of the transport (land/sea/air transport) activities and development
  4. Sustainable transport system
  5. The use of recyclable and environmentally friendly material for transport infrastructure construction
  6. Transport and environmental issues
  7. Recent development on transport-related disaster mitigation management
  8. Urban Public transport and the environment