Vers une métrique de la connexion intermodale : un essai de quantification de la cohérence entre modes de transport complémentaires

Abstract : Given that the combination of several transport modes may significantly increase the transport supply in terms of possible destinations, it is essential for technicians and local elected members to have proper tools to estimate the consequences of certain decisions relative to intermodal connection. As a first answer to this need, this article proposes a method which makes it possible to evaluate, on a given ground, the scale —or the non-existence— of « interconnectivity logics » brought into play by the transport operators. The method takes as a basis a global indicator of « intermodal connection quality » measuring the possibilities, for the passenger, of « little waiting time correspondences » between various transport modes. Since it allows to simulate the effects that schedules changes may have on the « intermodal connection quality », as well as the territorial distribution of these effects, this method can be used for testing several scenarios with the idea of selecting these ones optimizing this « intermodal connection quality ».
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Vaclav Stransky. Vers une métrique de la connexion intermodale : un essai de quantification de la cohérence entre modes de transport complémentaires. Les Cahiers scientifiques du transport , AFITL, 2008, pp.57-90. ⟨halshs-00547492⟩

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