NEW: We provide you with a guide and a template (optional) for the sessions.

Deadline to submit presentations (NEW, Extended shipping date)
Communications must be sent before March 12, 2023.

The Organising Committee will notify authors by email on whether their summaries have been approved during the week of December 12-16, 2022 by email.

Final texts must be sent from the date of acceptance until March 12, 2023.


Each presentation submitted must be linked to at least one paid inscription (not necessarily for the main author).

Only one presentation can be submitted per inscription.
There is no maximum number of authors per presentation.

The official languages of the Conference are Spanish and English. There will be no simultaneous interpreting services available.

Papers that are to be published in the Transportation Research Procedia journal must be submitted in English.

NOTE: (NEW, Extended shipping date)

A selection of papers from the Conference will be published in a special issue of the Transportation Research Procedia journal.

In order to be considered for publication, the paper must be sent in duplicate: first, using the conference’s template, submitting it through the platform within the established timeframe. Then, using the Procedia template, sending it to: before 15 May 2023.

The paper submitted using the Procedia template must be between 3 and 8 pages long (therefore, it will be a slightly different version to the one submitted to the Conference to adapt to the length). Both documents (conference template and Procedia template) must be fully written in English.

The assessment of papers for this purpose will take place after the Celebration of the Conference.

In order for a paper to be accepted for publication in the journal, it must have been presented at the Conference’s technical sessions.


As in previous editions, CIT 2023 wants to support the work of young researchers. To this extent, special sessions will be organised, in collaboration with the Transport Engineering Forum (FIT) training tutors, which will focus on the exchange of ideas and strengthening scientific training.

These special sessions for young researchers can be attended by papers where the main author is under the age of 35 years and does not have a PhD title, or where this title has been awarded within the 2 years prior to the date of this Conference. In addition, to qualify for this Award, the maximum number of authors will be 3 people. Each author can only submit one paper for this award (the researcher must be the main author of the paper), and that paper will be proposed for the 3 awards called. The presentations will be assessed by a board of professors of the FIT, who will give out the following awards:

  • FIT award, consisting of a diploma and €1,000 (gross amount). 
  • CEOE Tenerife Award endowed with a diploma and €1,000 (gross amount).
  • PTV GROUP Award for the best presentation on the theme “Mobility and Transport Accessibility” with a diploma and €1,000 (gross amount), including the possibility of providing a PTV software license.
  • CICCYP Award (Demarcation of Santa Cruz de Tenerife) with a diploma and €1000 (gross amount)
Topic areas
  • Planification, infrastructures and services
    Transport policy, legislation, land planning. Transport networks. Accessibility. Uses of land and transport, transport networks and services (air, sea, land), mobility prognosis, modal distribution, interoperability, intermodality, resilience, hubs, transport transfer facilities.
  • Sustainability and transport
    Environmental impact, pollution emissions, ecologic footprint, barrier effect, congestion.
    Decarbonisation, Sustainable urban mobility plans, work mobility plans, low-emissions areas, non-polluting vehicles.
  • Urban Mobility
    Personal mobility – pedestrians, cyclists, PMV and universal accessibility
    Shared mobility – carsharing, bike, scooters, other share vehicles
    High-occupation vehicles – carpooling, HOV
    blic transport – public transport, operation, regulation
    Urban distribution of goods – non-motorised means of delivery, e-commerce, UDG optimization, load and unload areas, micro-hubs
    Parking – information systems, dissuasive parking, logistics hubs
  • Economy of Transportation
    Costs of transport, funding, tariffs, concessions, PPP, transport services business models, modelling and simulation, demand and offer modelling and transport system services.
  • Logistics and transport of goods
    Logistics, fleet management, route planning, cargo models and container organisation, intermodality, crossdocking. Supply and distribution chain.
  • Operation and management
    Travelling time, frequency, capacity, quality control, information systems, management and control systems, on board equipment, Control Centres.
  • Smart mobility and new technologies
    Smart mobility, mobility as a service, Big Data, Smart Transport Systems, information/exploitation systems, cybersecurity, emerging technologies, digitalisation, internet of things, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, blockchain
  • Vehicles, mobile material and equipment
    Design, maintenance of vehicles and mobile material, vehicle-infrastructure interaction, vehicle-vehicle, autonomous vehicles, connected vehicles, charging infrastructure, alternative fuels, safety systems.
  • Safety
    Traffic and road safety, analysis of accidents, accident rate in urban areas, signposting.
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