Forum: High quality green transport to KEF

Good and environmentally friendly transport between the international airport in Keflavík and the capital region is an extremely important project for the future. At an open meeting of key stakeholders, we discuss the joint vision, feasibility and possible solutions to the challenges we face. We get inspiration from other cities in Europe that have undertaken similar projects that can be learned from and take the pulse of the possibilities offered by people working around the world on large infrastructure projects with a focus on greener transport.

The meeting is supported by the City of Reykjavík, the Ministry of Infrastructure, Kadeco, the Regional Planning Committee of the capital region and the Union of Local Authorities in Suðurnes.

Time & Place

Salurinn concert hall, Hamraborg 6 in Kópavogur. Thursday, October 12 at 13–17

 

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Agenda

  • 13:00–13:05  Welcome | Moderator Lilja G. Karlsdóttir, transportation expert
  • 13:05–13:20  High-quality transport for a global city  | Dagur B. Eggertsson, mayor
  • 13:20–13:35  Towards more powerful and carbon-neutral public transport to Keflavík Airport | Gyða Mjöll Ingólfsdóttir, project manager of the transport plan at the Ministry of Infrastructure
  • 13:35–13:50  Development Plan Kadeco K64 – Keflavik Reykjavik Link KRL  | Samúel Torfi Pétursson, development manager at Kadeco
  • 13:50–14:05  The story and the situation - airbus, air train and more ideas | Lilja G. Karlsdóttir, transport expert
  • 14:05–14:35  Panel: What are the next steps?
    Panelists:
    • Dagur B. Eggertsson, mayor
    • Árni Freyr Stefánsson, Ministry of Infrastructure
    • Samuel Torfi Pétursson, Kadeco
    • Bryndís Friðriksdóttir, Vegagerðin.

Moderator: Lilja G. Karlsdóttir, transport expert

  • 14:35–14:50 Break

The program after the break will be in English

  • 14:50–15:10  Choice of transport solutions - airport connections and experiences | Thomas Potter, technical expert, Norconsult gives a talk in English
  • 15:10–15:25  Greener and smarter transport around the world | Carl Åge Björgan, managing director of Alstom in Norway and Iceland, gives a speech in English
  • 15:25–15:45  The connection between Helsinki and Vantaa Airport | Henry Westlin, city engineer of Vantaa gives a talk in English
  • 15:45–16:10 Panel:  What could the future look like?
    Panelists:
    • Thomas Potter
    • Carl Åge Björgan
    • Henry Westlin

Administrator: Lilja G. Karlsdóttir, transportation expert.

Later panel discussions will take place in English.

  • 16:10–16:15  Closing remarks
  • 16:15–17:00  Networking and light refreshments

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