The Orientations and Policies of Interurban Transport in the Outermost Regions

14-06-2013

A great diversity of spatial structures, transport systems and needs can be observed in the Outermost Regions (ORs) of the EU. Interurban transport as a means for developing the inland market of ORs would deserve more, and especially better-designed, support. Ideally, modern new regional transport authorities applying innovative solutions would avail themselves of better EU funding opportunities for both planning and operations.

A great diversity of spatial structures, transport systems and needs can be observed in the Outermost Regions (ORs) of the EU. Interurban transport as a means for developing the inland market of ORs would deserve more, and especially better-designed, support. Ideally, modern new regional transport authorities applying innovative solutions would avail themselves of better EU funding opportunities for both planning and operations.

Autore esterno

Wolfgang Schade and Lucia Mejia-Dorantes (Fraunhofer Institute Systems and Innovation Research, Germany) , Werner Rothengatter (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany) , Olaf Meyer-Rühle, Markus Drewitz and Alex Auf der Maur (ProgTrans AG, Switzerland)