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Diagnostic et propositions de réaménagement du pôle bus du centre d'échanges de la Part-Dieu

Abstract : The exchange platform Part-Dieu now the first centre of the town in terms of passenger volume of trade around the tramway, bus, subway and SNCF. However, the development of the latter has long known its limits. Its current configuration is best suited to current and future needs of all actors caused by severe changes in the neighborhood. The interchange station is composed of two parts located on both sides of the railway station:
- West side (Vivier Merle) where we can find the majority of TCL supply (12 bus lines or trolley bus, subway and tram B T1);
- The east side (Villette) where are the tramway T3 and long-distance lines.
Some future projects include the development of part Villette with the arrival of lines C1 and C2 and the tram T4 and Leslys. Vivier Merle side, the limits are reached in terms of space causing traffic problems of bus and pedestrian paths. Also guidance in an interchange station must be facilitated for any casual user or not. That is why the signs must be extremely careful. The study is to establish several Redevelopment scenarios pole bus later Vivier Merle integrating space constraints, the stakes clientele and future projects. Improvements in information will also be proposed. The aim of this study is therefore both the operator to optimise the use of lines on the site, and both the TCL customers who will benefit from a better service.
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Séverine Escolan. Diagnostic et propositions de réaménagement du pôle bus du centre d'échanges de la Part-Dieu. Gestion et management. 2008. ⟨dumas-00541070⟩



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