Transport Issues in South-East Europe: The Odessa Files

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Scholars and officials from the region and from European-wide institutions present 19 papers they delivered at an October 2001 international conference held by the Southeastern Transport Research Forum in Budapest. They cover European policy and transport corridors, the missing transport links in the region, and improving management and quality. Among specific topics are planning and financing issues regarding the extension of trans-European networks to the Balkan region, major improvements and challenges in transport logistics along Corridor V in Hungary, the role of the Corinth Canal in the development of southeastern European short sea shipping, and Thessaloniki as a case study of using smart card technology for efficient transport. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780754619703
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 11/1/2004
  • Series: Transport and Society Series
  • Pages: 308
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

1 What is missing in Southeastern Europe? 1
2 European Union transport policy and enlargement 15
3 Transportation corridors for Europe and their development 23
4 The extension of trans-European networks to the Balkan region : planning and financing issues 36
5 The Czech transport infrastructure and pan-European corridors 45
6 Prospects for the development of the southeast section of Rail Corridor IX 59
7 Major improvements and challenges in transport logistics along Corridor V in Hungary 77
8 Construction of a new combined road/rail bridge over the Danube at Vidin - Calafat and its European integration potential 97
9 The role of the Corinth Canal in the development of the Southeastern European short sea shipping 114
10 Organisation, monitoring, and efficiency of Athens' urban public transport 137
11 The use of smart card technology for efficient transport : the case study of Thessaloniki 160
12 Tools of market-oriented rail restructuring with special regard to improving management information systems 176
13 Port competitiveness as a function of trans-shipment development in the Mediterranean : the case of the Trieste Container Terminal 188
14 Elements of an intelligent transport system-based European freight architecture : the THEMIS approach 199
15 Government policy to facilitate private participation in tolled road infrastructure, through investment risk mitigation measures : Southeastern Europe and Asian countries 216
16 Considering multi-modal capacity in the assessment of road design 229
17 Sustainable cities for countries in transition : learning from mistakes in countries with high motorisation 241
18 Sketch planning transport models : a tool to forecast transport demand in Eastern Europe 263
19 Key problems with dry cargo handling in the principal Bulgarian ports of Varna and Bourgas 275
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