Corridor transeuropéen de transport et opposition à un projet d’aménagement : le chantier contesté de la gare de Stuttgart

Abstract : In 2004, the European commission decided to support thirty priority projects concerning transport infrastructure. The project n°17 aims to establish a high-speed rail line between Paris and Bratislava. This line will cross four countries (France, Germany, Austria and Slovakia), different regions and cities. In the case of the European transport reform, the priority projects have been replaced in January 2014 by the transeuropean corridors in order to create a single European area. The high number of people engaged in the governance complicates and slows the beginning of the project. The railway line Paris -Bratislava has several development projects around railway stations (construction or extension) including the controversial project Stuttgart 21. The German capital city of Baden-Württemberg and Deutsche Bahn have, in fact, since the 1980s, the desire to renovate Stuttgart Central station. The dispute has intensified in 2010 with the start of work. It is mainly localized in Stuttgart but we also found the presence of national or transnational actors alongside residents.Who are the targeted actors of the contestation? How the different decision and action scales join in order to try to raise the project?
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Anaïs Volin. Corridor transeuropéen de transport et opposition à un projet d’aménagement : le chantier contesté de la gare de Stuttgart. Revue Géographique de l'Est, Association des géographes de l’Est, 2015, 55 (3-4), ⟨http://rge.revues.org/5578⟩. ⟨halshs-01231397⟩

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