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Intermodality and trans-european networks
The capacity to combine different modes of transport in a flexible way is one of the cornerstones of the “sustainable mobility” concept, which underlies European transport policy.
The intermodality of transport, which enables national transport networks to be integrated, is promoted and implemented through programmes such as Marco Polo. Trans-European networks, in the form of infrastructure projects of common interest, also aim to improve the intermodality of transport. Specifically, they aim at stimulating investment in order to foster the emergence of an integrated transport network covering all of the Community and encompassing all the different modes of transport.
- EU guidelines for the development of the trans-European transport network
- A sustainable future for European transport
- Integration of the Trans-European Transport Network into the common transport policy (Green Paper)
- Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency
- Trans-European networks: towards an integrated approach
- Community financial aid to trans-European networks
- Interoperability of the conventional rail systemArchives
- Interoperability of the trans-European high-speed rail systemArchives
- For a European standard for the approval of locomotives
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