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Évaluation de l'intermodalité à Montréal. Développement d'outils de planification

Abstract : While intermodal concept is already mature in most European transport networks, North American takes a long time developing it. Cities of "all-car" policies feel congestion increasingly critical though. Aware of these issues, the authorities launched the modal shift, despite the complexity of procedures related to intermodality. With his "Best North American transportation company" prize in 2010, the STM targets for 2020, records for the number of passenger. Major projects will profoundly reshape the transportation of the city and should help to bring a modal shift of 5%. This study aims to develop an inventory of intermodality in Montreal, in order to identify the essential concepts necessary for the success of future projects. Transfer, connection offered, transit, bicyle use, performance of metro stations and associated assessments methods are the essential elements that make up this report. The main objective is to provide the fullest possible knowledge of intermodality, its components and its integration in mobility in Montreal.
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Caroline Jeanjacquot. Évaluation de l'intermodalité à Montréal. Développement d'outils de planification. Gestion et management. 2011. ⟨dumas-00667921⟩



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