Network of National ITS Associations elects Officers for 2012/14

May 06 2012

The Network of National ITS Associations met in April in Copenhagen as the guests of ITS Denmark and the City of Copenhagen.

Three positions in the leadership of the Network were up for election:  the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and one of the Co-ordination Committee officers.  The current post holders were all re-elected, and the Co-ordination Committee now includes:

  • Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom – Chairman
  • Norbert Handke, ITS Network Germany – Vice Chairman and Project Champion
  • Christer Karlsson, ITS Sweden – Past Chairman and Congress Champion
  • Reinhard Pfliegl, ITS Austria
  • Florin Nemtanu, ITS Romania
  • Rui Dias Camolino, ITS Portugal
  • Hermann Meyer, ERTICO / ITS Europe
  • Anna Limbrey, ERTICO / ITS Europe – Network Secretariat

Jennie Martin said:  “I am very pleased to have been elected for a second and final two year term as Chairman of the Network.  It is a model organisation in terms of delivering a lot of benefit to its participants at minimal cost.  I look forward to working closely with my colleagues in the other national ITS associations, and with our hosts ERTICO / ITS Europe, to promote co-operation in ITS throughout Europe.”

Norbert Handke commented: “I would like to thank all members for their confidence in my work – not primarily as Vice Chairman, but above all as Project Champion. There are interesting possibilities ahead of us like the “regional funds” or the upcoming ELSA themes of the Commission or the co-operation with the public sector regarding the ITS directive, so I hope we all together will have two successful years to come.”

Photo shows Jennie Martin, ITS (UK), and Reinhard Pfliegl, ITS Austria

More information about this press release is available from: Jennie Martin tel: 00 44 20 7709 3003 or mailbox@its-uk.org.uk     More information about the Network is available from:  Anna Limbrey tel:  00 32 2 400 07 19 or a.limbrey@mail.ertico.com

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