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Boosting diversity? A comparison between five tram-based transport solutions to enhance mobility in north-western Europe: SINTPOPHER WP1A23 Intermediary report

Abstract : Based on a comparative assessment of the development of new and improved tram projects in the five SINTROPHER partner regions, this study explores the added value of transnational cooperation for the diffusion of cost-effective transport solutions in Europe. The analysis contributes to wider academic and professional debates on evolving patterns of urban mobility through a series of three contrasting hypothesis. It is organised around three main objectives: 1) Assess the scope for collective learning among SINTROPHER Partners, by focusing on decision-making processes; 2) Identify (legal, administrative, technical) challenges to technology transfer in each partner regions; 3) Explore the actual scope for transnational cooperation in the development of new or improved tram projects in and outside North-Western Europe.
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Submitted on : Saturday, October 1, 2011 - 7:07:32 PM
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Charlotte Halpern. Boosting diversity? A comparison between five tram-based transport solutions to enhance mobility in north-western Europe: SINTPOPHER WP1A23 Intermediary report. 2011. ⟨halshs-00628308⟩

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