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Plan de déplacements d'entreprise du Conseil régional Rhône-Alpes

Abstract : The regional Council the Rhone-Alps, in view of its future transfer to the site of Lyon-Confluence, planned for 2010, has decided to devise a plan for the relocation of companies, so as to achieve sustainable mobility. This study is a first stage in the drawing up of what will be the plan for relocation of businesses in the Region, which will be undertaken in 2009. This project is part of a course of action for durable development, to which the Region has been firmly committed since May 2004.
The geographical position of outlying sites, the locations of employees' accomodation of the Region, and the inadequate, even unsuitable, public transport supplied, result in two thirds of employees using their cars for the trip from home to work. To tackle this problem, an independent enquiry by questionnaire was made in May 2005, which enabled operational targets to be set. These targets seek to give priority to journeys made by sustainable means :
* Obtain a modal distribution of home/work journeys allowing alternative means of transport.
* Better recognition of the criterion of accessibility in the choice of solutions to transport.
* Better information on the supply of transport to reach the different sites.
* Better managing of the reservation of service vehicles for professional journeys.
* Creation of an intranet site to organize car-pooling.
This study is proposed as long-term and progressive resear.
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Christophe Rodier. Plan de déplacements d'entreprise du Conseil régional Rhône-Alpes. Gestion et management. 2005. ⟨dumas-00408459⟩



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