TranSopot 2016 conference

ProKolej Foundation has become a substantive partner of this year's TranSopot 2016 conference organised by the Chairs of Transportation and Logistics of the University of Gdansk on 23-25 May. The event is a continuation of meetings held since 1992 devoted to exchange of opinions and debates on current trends in transportation development, popularisation of research findings and integration of scientific circles and practitioners acting in the field of transport and logistics.

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Workshop: Good Practices for Tendering of Conventional Rail Services

UITP and ProKolej as a partner of the event invite you to the Workshop on "Good Practices for Tendering of Conventional Rail Services", organised on 19 November 2015 in Warsaw (Poland). This workshop will serve as a discussion and knowledge platform between passenger rail operators and authorities on how to support operator initiative and potentially attract private investment capital in Poland, Central Eastern Europe and the EU Member States.

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"Economy and Transport" conference

Pro Kolej Foundation has assumed patronage of the conference “Transportation and Economy,” which will be held on 18th May, 2015 at the Ministry of the Economy.  Topics of the event  include importance of rail transport in the energy sector, development of special economic  zones, public-private partnership and role of collective transport. The conference will be opened by Janusz Piechociński, Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of the Economy. 

Rail-road crossings 2015 conference

In February 2015 Pro Kolej Foundation was patron of the conference "Rail-road crossings 2015 - New technologies in the construction and operation on the rail-road crossings". Event was on 18 March 2015 at Kozminski University in Warsaw and was adresed to:

Postgraduate Program in transport safety

In August 2014 Pro Kolej Foundation has signed with the University of Kozminski University in Warsaw agreement aout cooperation in the development of rail transport. Cooperation launched at the beginning of the new academic year includes patronage Supplement postgraduate studies in land transport safety as well as a broad exchange of knowledge and information in the field of railways and transport markets.