"Intermodality is an organised connection between various modes of transport, during a single journey, which aims at offering travellers an unbroken journey.
Intermodality introduces fluidity into travel, and everything involved with it: interoperability, signage, electronic ticketing, accessibility, real-time information, safety, comfort."
INTERMODES 2014 Event - Sustainable Mobility and Intermodality - Special Offer for Communities
A special offer reserved for communities representatives, elected persons or technicians in charge of mobility or sustainable development: 100 SEATS AT 100 EUROS available on a First Come First Served basis.
Go to REGISTRATION page for details.
Nissan Debuts e-NV200 Electric Taxi for Barcelona
More information on http://nissannews.com/en-US/nissan/usa/releases/nissan-debuts-e-nv200-el....
The Lötschberg Tunnel - 100th Anniversary !
In the early twentieth century, the cantons of Bern and Valais united to create - to the side of Gotthard - a new rail crossing of the Alps. This project materialized the will to bring countries and regions together, although in the north it was an empire that extended over today’s Germany and in the south, the Adriatic and the Mediterranean were then lined with kingdoms.
Transports Romands #18 Special Issue "Lötschberg-Simplon"
Regional Power for Clean Transport
In order to exchange ideas on regional initiatives for sustainable transport, the Akershus County Council invites transport stakeholders to a European conference in Oslo on 30th and 31st October 2013: Regional Power for Clean Transport.
Download the invitation HERE.
A new club devoted to Sustainable Mobility: a call up to French companies
The Club for a Sustainable Mobility will be officially launched on September 24, 2013 in Paris.
The task is not easy.
Launched at the initiative of four partner companies, Accenture, Regus, Carbox and Athlon Car Lease, the Club aims to recruit other companies willing to share their experience in sustainable mobility.
As Accenture, Regus recommends limiting the travel journeys. With 57 office workspaces at the national level, the company allows its customers to save time and therefore increase productivity. It is in this sense that Regus is preparing to equip the French railway stations with business lounges and business centers. Frédéric Bleuse, CEO France, says: "Inspired by the ‘Station to station’ network that we deployed in the Netherlands, these workspaces, installed at the heart of the railway stations are integrated into the mobility chain". The first business lounge is scheduled to open in Le Mans train station in December 2013. Will follow Amiens, Nancy, Bordeaux, Lille Flandres and Gare du Nord.
Founded five years ago, Carbox is considering mobility as a sharing scheme. For Benoît Chatelier, co- founder of the company "The company car is not yet pooled. What if the company had a meeting room per person? ".
The idea is gaining ground in communities too. Carbox experiments, in partnership with the General Council of Isere, the LISA project (a self-service car rental system). An inter-company and inter-administrations car-sharing scheme pooling a car fleet at a regional area scale. A first in Europe.
Athlon Car Lease, the Club’s spokesman, describes its company as a "related mobility solutions integrator". The company is no longer confined to long term multi-brands car rental or leasing. It is always looking for mobility solutions tailored to its corporate clients employees’ professional and personal needs. Including for those employees who do not have a car. Among the range of proposed solutions, can be found Regus and Carbox offers.
Tooxme : dynamic carpooling
Tooxme, an application of dynamic carpooling developed in France by Covivo for a Swiss client, has won the Swisscom Startup Challenge.
Fast charger is the key for electro mobility
In order to demonstrate the capabilities of CHAdeMO fast charging to enable long distance EV driving in a country that is CHAdeMO Europe's 'homeland', a CHAdeMO rally team will take on the challenge of 'Tour Véhicules Electriques Poitou-Charentes' taking place 17-19 September 2013 in the Southern part of France, going from Poitiers to Angoulême over three days of the rally.
CHAdeMO is the DC fast charging standard designed for Electric Vehicles. The R&D of CHAdeMO dates back to 2005. After more than four years of thorough testing and on-site fleet demonstration, the first commercial CHAdeMO charging infrastructure has been commissioned in 2009.
CHAdeMO DC fast charging provides the best balance to urban users in terms of time, space and money. It allows the users to re-gain mobility in a short time, it can feed the electricity necessary for 40 km drive within 5 minutes, and 60 km within 10 minutes. With 30 minutes, you can almost fully charge your EV. This saves precious time of city dwellers, and saves valuable spaces in the city by limiting the occupancy of charging spots by a single EV user.
Creating the optimal fast charging standard compatible for all EVs and deploying the infrastructure in order to accelerate the realization of e-mobility globally is the objective of the CHAdeMO association.
The association's name CHAdeMO originates from Japan, anecdotally meaning "let's Charge and Move" in English, and "while having a cup of tea" in Japanese.
The European Club of Intermodal Regions and Cities
Details of the visit to be released soon.
27 and 28 June 2014
2 and 3 October 2014
The 2014 Congress
Sustainable mobility and intermodality.
The 2014 Exhibition-Village
Last February, the Exhibition-Village welcomed 8 European intermodal communities: Pontevedra, Brest Métropole Océane, the Kaliningrad Region, Lille Métropole, Euregio Maas-Rhine, Tallinn, the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Region and the Lorraine Region.