Intermodality - Articles and news items
Industry news • 5 January 2017 • Katie Sadler, Eurotransport
The Greater Dijon region has awarded a ‘comprehensive mobility’ contract which will see Keolis operate its public transport network, parking and bike-sharing services.
Industry news • 12 December 2016 • Katie Sadler, Eurotransport
Public transport operator Arriva Netherlands has begun a 15-year, £1.7 billion multi-modal contract promising integrated services and new technology for passengers.
Industry news • 24 August 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Eurotransport
The UK government has announced funding for a £29m Lincoln Transport Hub, including a new state-of-the-art bus station.
In this Urban Rail Developments supplement: A new way of thinking in a devolved world; The Moscow Little Ring Railway rises to meet demand; Eole – a project to transform mobility; Adapting to meet demand: the railways in and around Prague…
Industry news • 23 May 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Eurotransport
This video displays the eight year construction of Brussels’ new Schuman intermodal hub which now connects trains, subways, buses, bicycles and taxis.
Dorthe Nøhr Pedersen discusses multi-modal travel promoted by public transport authorities; Peter Boulton looks at the delivery of effective and functional interchanges in Greater Manchester; and Ian Hall asks whether intermodality is a key element for urban mobility strategies…
Transport Extra • 3 November 2015 • Innovate UK
Innovate UK discusses the importance of open data in establishing transport intermodality and its role in meeting the public transport demands of a technologically savvy 24/7 society. Imagine an advanced inter-connected public transport network that connects people quickly and reliably, a network that makes ticketing, routing and access to different modes of transport easier to […]
Industry news • 22 September 2015 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Eurotransport
A toolbox developed from findings of the concluded NODES project allows transport specialists to take steps to build better transport interchanges. New Tools for the Design and Operation of Urban Transport Interchanges or NODES was a three-year project to establish a toolbox for industry practitioners designing interchanges which allow smooth connections between different modes of […]
Issue 4 2015 • 2 September 2015 • Caroline Hoogendoorn, NODES Project Coordinator
Interchanges play a key role in the integration of urban mobility systems and in enabling good intermodal solutions. Their efficiency is therefore essential to achieve sustainable transport objectives in Europe. The European co-funded project NODES (New Tools for Design and Operation of Urban Transport Interchanges) has developed a Toolbox to allow practitioners to assess and benchmark their new or upgraded interchange and to improve its performance. On the verge of the project’s close – the Final Conference of the project will be held in Brussels on 22 September 2015 – what are the main outcomes that can be expected? NODES Project Coordinator Caroline Hoogendoorn takes a look…
Issue 5 2013 • 11 November 2013 • Gabriela Barrera, Finance & Project Manager, Polis and Frank van der Hoeven Director of Research and Associate, Professor of Urban Design, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft
Interchanges play a key role in the integration of the urban mobility system and in enabling good intermodal solutions. Their efficiency is therefore essential to achieve sustainable transport objectives in Europe. The European co-funded project NODES1-4 (New Tools for Design and Operation of Urban Transport Interchanges) will develop a toolbox to allow practitioners to assess and benchmark their new or upgraded interchange and to improve its performance.
NODES is a collaborative research project cofunded by the Seventh Framework Programme. It has a three year duration (start date 1 October 2012) and brings together 17 partners representing local government administrations, public transport operators, research centres and consultants and European associations.
How would passenger intermodality ideally look like in 2020?