Functioning

EMTA general meetings are held at least once a year. After the inaugural meeting in Paris in April 1998, meetings were organised in :

  1. Paris (April 1998),
  2. Madrid (November 1998),
  3. Berlin (April 1999),
  4. Brussels (November 1999),
  5. Manchester (April 2000),
  6. Rome (November 2000),
  7. Prague (April 2001),
  8. Barcelona (November 2001),
  9. Dublin (May 2002),
  10. Frankfurt (October 2002),
  11. Vienna (February 2003),
  12. London (November 2003),
  13. Helsinki (June 2004),
  14. Seville (October 2004),
  15. Amsterdam (April 2005),
  16. Vilnius (September 2005),
  17. Stuttgart (May 2006),
  18. Lyon (October 2006),
  19. Bilbao (April 2007),
  20. Stockholm (October 2007),
  21. Turin (April 2008),
  22. Paris for the 10th anniversary (November 2008),
  23. Valencia (April 2009)
  24. Warsaw (November 2009)
  25. Budapest (April 2010)
  26. Barcelona (November 2010)
  27. Madrid (April 2011)
  28. Birmingham (November 2011)
  29. Prague (May 2012)
  30. Berlin (September 2012)
  31. Copenhagen (April 2013)
  32. Vienna (October 2013)
  33. Rotterdam (May 2014)
  34. London (October 2014)
  35. Oslo (May 2015)
  36. Vilnius (October 2015)
  37. Budapest (May 2016)
  38. Warsaw (October 2016)



The next meetings will take place in: Helsinki (spring 2017), Manchester (autumn 2017), Paris (spring 2018) & Berlin (autumn 2018).



EMTA is controlled by a board elected by the general meeting for a two-year renewable period. The current board, elected in october 2015 and modified in october 2016, is as follows:



- President of EMTA:



- Vice-president:

  • Syndicat des Transports d’Ile-de-France (STIF - Paris / Ile de France),
    Mr Laurent Probst



- Other members of the Board:

  • West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive & Authority (CENTRO - Birmingham),
    Mrs Laura Shoaf



The association is managed by a secretary general, M. Ruud van der Ploeg, placed under the president’s authority.

An assistant, M. Olivier Barbosa, placed under the secretary general’s authority, helps for all administratives and communication tasks.



EMTA is organised on a voluntary basis into working groups on subjects decided jointly by the members.

Any Authority responsible for transport in a main European city or metropolitan area may become a member by applying to EMTA for membership.

[Emta presentation leaflet 2015] * will be uploaded soon

  • Updated : October 23, 2015

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