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Intermodal transport refers to the use of at least two different modes of transport during one door-to-door journey. The level of integration in terms of ownership, operation or usability is an important aspect of intermodality. Improving intermodal transport requires the development of seamless integrated transport chains.

By RLeonM / Updated: 27 Feb 2015
By Nadia Bert / Updated: 20 Feb 2015
By News Editor / Updated: 26 May 2015

Creating a modern intermodal transport hub in Ghent (Belgium)

Ghent-Sint-Pieters is a 100-year-old train station with 50 000 daily visitors. Because of an increase in the number of people using the station, it is being remodelled into a modern multimodal hub where travellers can comfortably and efficiently transfer to train, bus, tram or bicycle. The changes include a renewed station, an integrated tram and bus station, indoor bicycle parking for over 10 000 bicycles and underground parking.

By Catherine Birkner / Updated: 05 Mar 2015

FEHRL Infrastructure Research Meeting 2015 (FIRM15)

This key event will gather some 120 transport infrastructure innovation and research experts, including European and national policy makers, leading industry, standardisation agencies, SME's and the media.

With the theme of 'Innovative maintenance of Transport Infrastructure. Faster, cheaper, more reliable, safer, greener', FIRM15 will feature multiple information sessions on the following themes:

• Infrastructure level: Engineering and technical solutions

• System level: operations including monitoring inspections

By François Gigot / Updated: 28 Jan 2015

Mobility study visit in the Lyon metropolis

Tthe European Club of Intermodal Regions and Cities, managed by INTERMODES, and SYTRAL (Syndicat des Transports pour le Rhône et l’Agglomération Lyonnaise) invite you to experience the transportation network of the Lyon metropolis.

Lyon was awarded the INTERMODES Prize in 2014 both for its policy in favour of intermodal passenger transport development and for its desire to constantly improve mobility for the benefit of its citizens, for the sake of economic dynamism.

By News Editor / Updated: 16 Oct 2014

5th UITP Combined Mobility Workshop

The urban mobility landscape is changing fast. Citizens see new mobility solutions emerging, making personal car ownership less attractive. Indeed, in cities with strong public transport complemented with services like car-sharing, bike-sharing, bicycle parking, shared taxi services, car pooling etc. one can easily move around freely.

To make it even easier, a one-stop-mobility shop acting as personal mobility assistant is key to an integrated mobility offer, but are the customers ready for the change?

By News Editor / Updated: 15 Oct 2014

Study Visit in Barcelona - The Catalan Capital Intermodal Transport System

From 26 - 27 June 2014, the Club of European Intermodal Regions and Cities, in partnership with the Area Metropolitana de Barcelona, proposes to study the Catalan capital\'s intermodal transport system - a complex transport system, fully integrated to the territories, which is permanently changing in order to face the challenges of sustainable mobility.

To register, click here.
By News Editor / Updated: 15 Oct 2014

SITE Final Conference

The Smart Integrated Ticketing for Europe (SITE) project is holding its final conference in Dublin (Ireland) on 13 June 2014.

The project has developed and trialled solutions which allow travellers to have greater mobility through the use of ticketing that is flexible and operable in different locations. It contributes to sustainability and mobility and makes public transport a more attractive option for travellers.
By News Editor / Updated: 15 Oct 2014