A picture of the president of EMTA Katalin Walter and Deputy CEO of Tisséo Collectivités Vincent Georjon

Tisséo of Toulouse joins EMTA to become the 35th member of the association

EMTA is proud to welcome the public transport authority of Toulouse, Tisséo Collectivités, as its 35th member. Toulouse was approved as an EMTA member in the general meeting of the association, currently taking place in Kraków, Poland. “It is a great opportunity for us to learn from other public transport authorities in Europe and benefit

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EMTA joins a coalition calling for support for urban nodes within the TEN-T

EMTA joins other leading networks, territorial groupings and EU-funded research projects in calling for EU member states to support urban nodes within the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). The Urban Nodes Alliance jointly published the position paper ‘Urban Nodes: Empowering cities and regions to build the TEN-T’ at the start of the Connecting Europe Days 2024,

Marco Gabusi, Grégoire de Lasteyrie, Carla Tavares, Dorthe Nøhr Pedersen, Anton  Fendert and Laurent Probst, signatories of the EMTA Barcelona Declaration on 27 October 2023

The Barcelona Declaration highlights the special role of public transport authorities in creating a carbon free and sustainable metropolitan mobility system in Europe

In the declaration made on 27 October 2023 in Barcelona, EMTA members: The declaration was elaborated by the 34 EMTA members and endorsed by political representatives invited to the EMTA conference marking the 25th anniversary of the organisation: Press release

Katalin Walter is elected EMTA president for a two-year term

Delegates of the transport authorities for the largest European metropolitan areas met in Barcelona on 26 October 2023 for the 50th General Meeting of EMTA. They elected Katalin Walter as new EMTA president for a 2-year term. Ms Walter is the CEO of BKK (Budapesti Közlekedési Központ), the Transport Authority for Budapest. Delegates also voted

EMTA elected the new board 2021-2023

Today, friday 5th november 2021, the members of the association elected their new Board for the 2 years to come during the 46th EMTA General meeting at Copenhagen (DENMARK) Mrs Dorthe Nohr Pedersen, CEO of MOVIA Copenhagen, was re-elected President for a second mandate. Mr Laurent Probst, CEO of IdFM Paris Île de France, was

EMTA elects new president for two-year term, 2 new members joined the network

Delegates of the transport authorities from various European metropolitan areas met in Turin, Italy, on November 21st and 22nd for the 44th General Meeting of EMTA, the association of European Metropolitan Transport Authorities. The assembly discussed the important role of regional rail transport for Europe’s city regions and reflected in presence of a representative of