Title: From international experience to French case studies PORT-VERT: A French research project investigating various possibilities of bicycle-transit intermodality.
Editors: TU München, Ingenieurfakultät Bau Geo Umwelt
Authors: Soulas, Claude; Abours, Claude; Papon, Francis
Document Type: Aufsatz aus Sammelwerk
Language: englisch
Language of Summary: englisch
In: Transportation Demand Management. Insights from the mobil.TUM 2012, International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport.
Publisher Country: Deutschland
Publisher Location: München
Issue Date: 2013
Page(s): S. 44-60
Features: Tab.; Lit.
Series/Report no.: Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning. Schriftenreihe; 2
ISBN: 978-3-9814676-1-1
Abstract: The PORT-VERT research project investigated bicycle-transit intermodality. After a review of the state of the art and an analysis of German best practices, the project explored technical and organizational aspects, socio-economic analysis and behavioural surveys, architectural aspects, ergonomics (such as on-board loading), and the involvement of multiple players. Finally, case studies in and Rouen were considered. The main results found that to develop bicycle-transit intermodal use, the entire transport chain must be improved: the bicycle and its use, public transport (networks, stations, rolling stock) and intermodal facilities and services such as bicycle parking near stations. There is no single solution; individual contexts and the potential for increase in use must be considered. An application study was carried out in Marne-la-Vallée for a Parisian suburban train station serving a large university which showed how estimated potential use varies with different hypotheses and different local or global supporting measures.
Deskriptors: Verkehrsplanung
Stadtverkehr
Fahrradverkehr
Öffentlicher Verkehr
ÖPNV
Bike-and-Ride
Fahrradabstellanlage
Fallstudie
Covered Region(s): Frankreich; -; Marne-la-Vallée; Rouen; -
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