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Low-cost air carriers and tourism

20-06-2017

The liberalisation of air transport, which resulted in the creation of new routes and new business models for airlines, in particular the development of low-cost carriers, has led to lower fares and wider access to air transport. In many countries, air transport is a catalyst for tourism development. As low-cost carriers in the EU have experienced substantial growth, serving mostly short-haul destinations, they are increasingly looking into investing into the long-haul market for their future development ...

The liberalisation of air transport, which resulted in the creation of new routes and new business models for airlines, in particular the development of low-cost carriers, has led to lower fares and wider access to air transport. In many countries, air transport is a catalyst for tourism development. As low-cost carriers in the EU have experienced substantial growth, serving mostly short-haul destinations, they are increasingly looking into investing into the long-haul market for their future development.

Research for the TRAN Committee - Infrastructure funding challenges in the sharing economy

04-05-2017

The study analyses the disruption created by shared mobility in the funding of transport infrastructure. While recognizing the benefits of shared mobility in terms of reduction of private car use, the study identifies that there might be short term negative effects on the revenues of long distance railway and coach operators. It also points out other potential risks, which include capture of value by commissions charged by platforms mediating mass-transit services (Mobility as a Service), freeriding ...

The study analyses the disruption created by shared mobility in the funding of transport infrastructure. While recognizing the benefits of shared mobility in terms of reduction of private car use, the study identifies that there might be short term negative effects on the revenues of long distance railway and coach operators. It also points out other potential risks, which include capture of value by commissions charged by platforms mediating mass-transit services (Mobility as a Service), freeriding and lower tax contributions. The study makes recommendations to reduce these risks.

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Matthias FINGER, Juan José Montero, Nadia BERT, David KUPFER, Marcin WOLEK

Research For TRAN Committee - The EU Maritime Transport System: Focus on Ferries

16-11-2016

This study provides a concise overview of passenger ferries as part of the EU Maritime Transport System, focussing on their role in contributing to multimodality. It outlines the ferry industry from a wide perspective, with analysis across spatial scales, from urban to long distance, and with respect to its implications within an economic context. Technological developments and innovations are addressed in view of applicable environmental Regulations.

This study provides a concise overview of passenger ferries as part of the EU Maritime Transport System, focussing on their role in contributing to multimodality. It outlines the ferry industry from a wide perspective, with analysis across spatial scales, from urban to long distance, and with respect to its implications within an economic context. Technological developments and innovations are addressed in view of applicable environmental Regulations.

Social, Economic and Legal Consequences of Uber and Similar Transportation Network Companies (TNCs)

15-10-2015

Commercial success and massive uptake of services provided by companies such as Uber trigger a number of questions for regulators both in the United States and in the European Union. The main question is if such web based applications or platforms merit their success solely to innovation or if their success is due to exploitation of loopholes in regulatory requirements. Citizens and consumer organisations question if regulatory responses to these innovative services are dictated by genuine concerns ...

Commercial success and massive uptake of services provided by companies such as Uber trigger a number of questions for regulators both in the United States and in the European Union. The main question is if such web based applications or platforms merit their success solely to innovation or if their success is due to exploitation of loopholes in regulatory requirements. Citizens and consumer organisations question if regulatory responses to these innovative services are dictated by genuine concerns over proper regulation of transportation services and consumer safety or constitute a protection of traditional incumbent transport operators.

Current Challenges and Future Prospects for EU Secondary Airports

15-05-2015

Around 250 European airports handle less than 5 million passengers per annum - a good one third of them less than 200,000. This analysis shows that all are affected by the changing structure of the airline industry, and that most of them are losing money. It also shows, however, that these similarities shall not mask the diversity of experience and circumstances, and the very different roles played by these airports.

Around 250 European airports handle less than 5 million passengers per annum - a good one third of them less than 200,000. This analysis shows that all are affected by the changing structure of the airline industry, and that most of them are losing money. It also shows, however, that these similarities shall not mask the diversity of experience and circumstances, and the very different roles played by these airports.

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John Strickland

Tipologija in struktura regulatornih organov v železniškem sektorju EU

16-05-2011

Ta sestavek seznanja z regulatornimi organi v železniškem sektorju, ki so jih ustanovile države članice v skladu z Direktivo 2001/14/ES. V nadaljevanju obravnava sestavek različne modele regulacije, ki so v veljavi v različnih državah članicah, in vpliv regulacije na evropski železniški trg.

Ta sestavek seznanja z regulatornimi organi v železniškem sektorju, ki so jih ustanovile države članice v skladu z Direktivo 2001/14/ES. V nadaljevanju obravnava sestavek različne modele regulacije, ki so v veljavi v različnih državah članicah, in vpliv regulacije na evropski železniški trg.

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Francesco Dionori (Steer Davies Gleave), Simon Ellis (Steer Davies Gleave) and Pietro Crovato (Steer Davies Gleave)

The Future of Mobility in the EU

15-01-2010

This briefing note examines the current debate on the future of mobility and traffic policy in Europe. It picks up on trends and challenges such as social differentiation, demographic change and cultural aspects, and looks at their significance for mobility and traffic from a socio-ecological perspective. In a second stage, current papers on the further development of traffic policies are critically examined. The final section looks at what a sustainable mobility culture might look like in a society ...

This briefing note examines the current debate on the future of mobility and traffic policy in Europe. It picks up on trends and challenges such as social differentiation, demographic change and cultural aspects, and looks at their significance for mobility and traffic from a socio-ecological perspective. In a second stage, current papers on the further development of traffic policies are critically examined. The final section looks at what a sustainable mobility culture might look like in a society that is taking on an ever more differentiated and pluralistic form, focusing on the aspect of multi-optional transport products. The issues covered by this note were presented and discussed in the framework of a workshop on 'The Future of Transport' held in the European Parliament on 2 December 2009.

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Jutta Deffner and Konrad Götz (Institute for Social-Ecological Research, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

The Impact of the Economic Crisis on the EU Air Transport Sector

15-12-2009

This briefing note intends to provide background information concerning a number of crucial aspects explaining the impact of the economic crisis on the EU air transport sector. Firstly, the current impact of the economic crisis in terms of freight and passenger transport is analysed, by using a set of key indicators. Secondly, some possible scenarios for the mid-term development of the air transport sector in relation to possible developments of the general economic situation are described. Finally ...

This briefing note intends to provide background information concerning a number of crucial aspects explaining the impact of the economic crisis on the EU air transport sector. Firstly, the current impact of the economic crisis in terms of freight and passenger transport is analysed, by using a set of key indicators. Secondly, some possible scenarios for the mid-term development of the air transport sector in relation to possible developments of the general economic situation are described. Finally, some recommendations for EU policymakers are made.

Zunanji avtor

Rosário Macário (Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal) and Eddy Van de Voorde (University of Antwerp, the Netherlands)

Transport as a Bottleneck to Economic Growth in Ireland

01-04-1986

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