"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."
Cable car: a transport mode more and more plebiscited
Switzerland: RATP Dev, the Transports Publics Genevois and COMAG (a subsidiary of POMA) were entrusted with the operation and maintenance of the cable car of Salève, with effect from May 1st, in the frame of a partnership of companies.
Promotion of bicycling in the Walloon region
Already 6 municipalities in the Brussels region and 13 in the Walloon region were supported by their regional government to elaborate a communal bicycle plan with the help of BYPAD (Bicycle Policy Audit). BYPAD allows a thorough analysis of the cycling policy based on which a tailor made action plan is created.
Metz: a BRT operational in September 2013
From next September, the METTIS, a bus with high level of service of the city of Metz, will be operated on two new lines with 39 stations in dedicated lanes with a timing of five minutes. The A line totaling 12.5 km and the B line, 11 km, will share the dedicated lane over a distance of 5.6 km in the city center section.
Free public transport in the Estonian capitale
Since the 1st of January 2013, the 400 000 residents of Tallinn can enjoy free public transport in their city.
Meanwhile Hasselt in Belgium cancels free public transport after 16 years
The city of Hasselt abolished public transport fares that it implemented in 1997. For many years, this experimentation was the flagship of the "policy of free". This will now come to an end and, only young people under the age of 19 will still travel for free.
The European Club of Intermodal Regions and Cities
18th and 19th June 2013
5th and 6th September 2013
The 2014 Congress
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.