The Centre for Efficient Transport (abbrev. CEDOP), is a politically neutral association of respectable and erudite personalities and has the potential of progressive experts in the field.
Pavel Adámek (b. 1947) is a long-standing employee of the Prague Transport Authority and the Czech Railways. At the PTA, he has worked as the leader of the central dispatch service for 8 years. During his years with the Czech railways, he took part in creating the General Inspection of the Czech Railways, being a deputy director of it. He also fulfilled the function of the Czech Railways‘ representative for cooperation with the Capital City of Prague and he was an advisor of Czech railways‘ Director General. He took part in creating the Prague Agglomeration Integrated Transport system. He represented the Czech railways at many expert forums.
Pavel Adámek is the chairman of the Board of Directors of the Centre.
Luděk Vyka (b. 1986) finished his master studies in 2011 at VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in study programme Transport technologies. During his study sojourn at École Centrale Paris in Paris he was receiving knowledge and experiences on the area of high-speed rail operation.
Luděk Vyka is the Director of the Centre from the 1st January 2013
Michal Drábek (b. 1983) is a postgraduate student at the Faculty of Transport of the Czech Technical University in Prague, his dissertation is named Periodic routes for freight trains within the network. In the framework of his expert activities, he dealt with the Prague Airport rail transport service concept and the project of Periodic Timetable Nodes configuration in the railway network of the Czech republic. Within his study stay at IVT ETH Zürich, he participated on the project of sustainable freight transport on a local level. Currently, he is again on a study sojourn at Switzerland’s Institut für Verkehrsplanung und Transportsysteme.
Michal Drábek is the Deputy Director of the Centre.