The Transportation Centre will help you to carry out a research or study thanks to the unique skills and expertise of EPFL scientists.
We can organise a conference or seminar with experts on a theme related to transport and mobility.
We offer tailor-made training with our experts, to keep your knowledge up to date in rapidly evolving fields.
Three spin-offs make the finals of a deep tech startup competition
Three EPFL spin-offs – CompPair, Hydromea and Nanogence – have made it through to the finals of the Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge, an international startup competition that is being held virtually this year. The teams will have three minutes to pitch their business ideas to a panel of experts.
Vaud residents embrace clean commuting and public transport
EPFL has established a comprehensive overview of commuting practices by Vaud residents and their views on available means of transport.
Bike-and-ride, an innovative opportunity for the Lake Geneva region
As part of his Master's project at EPFL's Urban Sociology Laboratory (LASUR), Felix Boesch conducted a survey on the combined use of bicycles and trains in the Lausanne and Nyon urban agglomerations. Based on the assumption that supply creates demand, Boesch has formulated several proposals for boosting the modal share of this type of transportation, which is still underused in the region.