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La multimodalité, nouvel outil de développement des transports en commun ? Le cas d’Orléans et ses pôles d’échanges

Abstract : Often encouraged by budget cuts, more and more communities are thinking about pooling their transport services and multimodality. Nevertheless, it seems important to consider the impacts of these policies for users and the attractiveness of transport services. Does intermodality fit well in the context of an overall improvement of public transport? If so, what are the tools used to promote interconnections, especially between urban and interurban transport services? In a second part, this report presents the implementation of many of these tools through a concrete example, that of the agglomeration of Orléans, with a focus on hubs. Finally, if multimodality seems to be a concept that may lead to real improvements, its implementation remains subjected to imperatives, and encounter some difficulties. However, the technical and legislative developments incite communities to initiate processes of its development. However, the optimization of intermodal transport is not completely undisputable in the contemporary social context.
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Damien Mathieu. La multimodalité, nouvel outil de développement des transports en commun ? Le cas d’Orléans et ses pôles d’échanges. Gestion et management. 2015. ⟨dumas-02912724⟩

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