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City-HUBs : sustainable and efficient urban transport by Andres Monzon-de-Caceres, Floridea Di Ciommo

By Andres Monzon-de-Caceres, Floridea Di Ciommo

"This City-HUBs e-book makes a speciality of the layout of 'sustainable and effective interchanges', aiming to supply tips and suggestions to permit seamless mobility, go back and forth potency, person delight and more suitable functionality of the interchange. the most quandary is to make sure that everyone are given equivalent possibilities for attaining their vacation spot, to optimise interconnections among substitute modes in the Read more...

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The information requirements of disabled passengers are more demanding than those of others as alternative route options may be more limited. Accurate and reliable realtime information tailored to the needs of disabled people is therefore vital, as is information prior to the journey. This can give users information not only about their journey, but also about the facilities available to them at an interchange and whether facilities such as lifts and escalators are out of service, thus enabling them to prepare and thereby reducing unpredictability and concerns about using interchanges.

Data on intermodal mobility are generally nonexistent or insufficient and there is poor knowledge of the market segments for intermodal transport. 1 of the City-HUB project, ‘Review of theory, policy and practice’, by Barry Ubbels, Derek Palmer, Konstantina Laparidou, Ricardo Poppeliers, Menno Menist, Marcus Jones, Katie Millard and Clare Harmer. Why interchanges? 19 Insights on modal split and market potential for intermodal mobility are usually addressed in terms of national travel surveys, but these are not sufficiently focused on intermodal mobility (Collet and Kuhnimhof 2008).

This is a multifaceted task that should consider multiple aspects within the complexity of urban areas. 1). Madrid Regional Transport Authority redefined a transport interchange station as not only an ‘area whose permanent purpose is to facilitate the interchange of people between various modes of transportation’ but also an ‘area whose purpose is to minimise the inevitable sensation of having to change from one mode of transportation to another’ (Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid 2010).

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