The future of European passenger transport

final report on the OECD study onEuropean intercity passenger transport requirements
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The future of European passenger transport: final report on the OECD study on European intercity passenger transport requirements: report Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. The future of European passenger transport: final report on the OECD study on European intercity passenger transport requirements.

Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. To attempt predictions concerning the future of European transport, therefore, requires making assumptions about wider economic, industrial and political trends.

This means that forecasting future developments must inevitably take into account political and social attitudes as well as more technical by: 2. Between andthe total number of passenger kilometres (pkm) in the EU increased by % to 6 billion.

The vast majority of that was covered by passenger cars (around 4 billion pkm). It is expected that EU transport activity will continue to grow in the coming decades, with road transport maintaining its dominant role.

Specifically, this report presents the future challenges, demand drivers and upcoming innovations which can have a considerable impact on the global demand patterns for the passenger and freight transport and how this might affect the competitiveness of related.

Shifts in international trade are already visible, e.g. in the rapidly growing numbers of train trips from China to the EU. Growing China-EU trade volumes (both directions), new investments along trade routes and land transport (acting as an alternative that’s faster than ocean freight and cheaper than air freight) will likely reshape.

The question of rail freight's future in Europe is therefore the order of the day. The only solution might well be a revolution along the lines of the TGV as stated by the Chairman of the European Parliament Transport Commission.

Photo: Rail freight through ports is growing too slowly according to port authorities. Rail's market share is 20% in.

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The Future of European Long-distance Transport Background paper for the Project-Workshop on at Brussels Trends and targets for a scenario of long-distance transport Reproduction and translation for non-commercial purposes are authorised, provided the source is.

the European transport sector in the long term, in order to develop the suitable strategic options for European transport research policy. The framework of this publication is based on the FUTRE project.

This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Program under Grant Agreement no Its consortium consistes. ROADMAP TO A SINGLE EUROPEAN TRANSPORT AREA — TOWARDS A COMPETITIVE AND RESOURCE-EFFICIENT TRANSPORT SYSTEM contents 1.

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The International Transport Forum was created under a Declaration issued by the Council of Ministers of the ECMT (European Conference of Ministers of Transport) at its Ministerial Session in May under the legal authority of the Protocol of the ECMT, signed in Brussels on 17 Octoberand legal instruments of the OECD.

Specific barriers for medium-distance passenger transport are: (i) an insufficient development of the high speed rail network; and (ii) challenges posed by modes constituting an alternative for the road transport, particularly in terms of convenience and price, and a lack of competition in high speed rail services.

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This article proposes a scenario analysis for the future of European passenger transport, by evaluating the potential effects of digitalization on mobility demand, energy consumption and CO2 emissions under different assumptions.

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Furthermore, future co-operation of practitioners involved in cross-border public transport planning and operation becomes more and more important for European cohesion in border regions.

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This document is Deliverable 5 of the project on “The Future of European Long-Distance Transport'. It contains the report on the scenario process carried out in Phase II of the project.

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The VOYAGER project aimed to consolidate current experience and 'to create a vision and make recommendations for the implementation of attractive, clean, safe, accessible, effective, efficient and financially viable European local and regional public transport systems for the year '.

The effect of digitalization in the energy consumption of passenger transport: An analysis of future scenarios for Europe. The paper evaluates the effects on energy consumption of digitalization in transport. Digitalization needs a tailored. The effect of digitalization in the energy consumption of passenger transport: An analysis of future scenarios for Europe - Bruegel.

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rail passenger-kilometres grew fastest in European. Transport is a cornerstone of European integration and is vital for fulfilling the free movement of individuals, services and goods.

Transport is also a major contributor to the economy, representing more than 9% of EU gross value added (the contribution to the economy). Transport services alone accounted for around € billion in gross.

Mobility4EU established a Vision and Action plan for the future of transport in Europe in based on the identification and assessment of societal challenges that will influence future transport demand. The Mobility4EU interactive Stakeholder FORUM has been launched to put user-centric approaches, cross-modal cooperation and projects joining.

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As it does so, the positions to take in the negotiations, the need for transitional arrangements, and the future legal relationship with the EU, all the while protecting the economy and all those living and issues relating to both passenger and freight transport.