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The Resource Integrated Spatial and Transport Infrastructure Development : The Case of the European North-South Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa

Integrated Spatial and Transport Infrastructure Development : The Case of the European North-South Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa

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Integrated Spatial and Transport Infrastructure Development : The Case of the European North-South Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa
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Integrated Spatial and Transport Infrastructure Development
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The Case of the European North-South Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa
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Integrated Spatial and Transport Infrastructure Development : The Case of the European North-South Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa
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  • Foreword -- Foreword -- Contents -- Introduction -- References -- Part I: Developing the Transport Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa Within Spaces of National and European Importance -- Spatial Planning and Development in a European and Macro-regional Context -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 European Spatial Development from Concept to Territorial Agenda -- 1.2 The Need for Action- and Problem-Oriented Spatial Development -- 1.3 TEN-T Projects as Pioneering Works -- 1.4 Integrated Corridor Development Approach -- 1.5 Structure of this Contribution -- 2 The Need for Action- and Problem-Oriented Spatial Development -- 2.1 Starting Points are Complex Strategic Tasks -- 2.2 Paradigm of Spatial Planning -- 2.3 Consequences of the Methodology Applied -- 3 Sustainable Development in Spaces of European Importance: Transit Spaces -- 4 CODE24 Initiative: An Approach to Integrated Space and Transport Planning -- 4.1 Corridor Implementation -- 4.2 Overview of the Alpine Arc and Other Flat Railways -- 4.3 Importance of the Harbours for Hinterland Transport -- 4.4 The Problem of Bottlenecks: Separation of Goods Transport from Passenger Transport -- 4.5 The Potential of Inner Development -- 4.6 The Importance of the Rhine River as an Inland Waterway -- 4.7 Intermediate Results -- 4.8 Achievements -- 4.9 What to Do Next -- 5 Conclusions for the Practice of an Integrated Corridor Development -- 5.1 Initiation Phase -- 5.2 Exploration Phase -- 5.3 Development of a Common Strategy Phase -- 5.4 Joint In-Depth Analysis Phase -- 5.5 Implementation Phase -- 6 Closing Remarks -- References -- Reasoning in a Macro Level Spatial Context -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Framework -- 3 Traps -- 3.1 Hidden Gaps -- 3.2 Hidden Misunderstandings -- 3.3 Overestimating Onés Knowledge: Anchoring and Adjustment -- 3.4 Neglecting Possibilities with Low Probabilities -- 4 Maxims -- 4.1 Total Evidence
  • 4.2 Competition in Three Cycles -- 4.3 Possibilities First, Probabilities Later -- 4.4 Mixing Codes -- 4.5 Economical Investigation [Sparmaxime] -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- Exploring the Affordances of Collaborative Problem-Solving Technologies in the Development of European Corridors -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Characteristics of Spatial Planning Problems and the Need for Problem-Solving Support -- 3 The Concept of Affordance -- 4 Invito as a CPS Technology -- 5 Empirical Case Vignette -- 6 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Corridor Development from a Regional Perspective: The Case of the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main Region -- 1 Aim of the Contribution -- 2 The European Framework for the Rotterdam-Genoa Corridor -- 3 Rotterdam-Genoa Corridor: Relevance-Impact-Potential -- 4 The Frankfurt/Rhine-Main Region: Structure and Context -- 5 The Need for Interregional Cooperation -- 6 The CODE24 Process and Stakeholder Involvement -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- Challenges for Corridors: Future Perspectives on European Corridor Development -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Corridor Development in Europe: Definitions, Issues and Debates -- 2.1 What are Corridors? -- 2.2 What are (Still) the Issues? -- 2.3 Integrated Corridor Development in Europe? -- 3 Why Integration Doesńt Work: Evidence from the Economic Dimension -- 4 Why Integration Works: Evidence from the Transport Dimension -- 5 Evidence Pro and Con the Integration Argument -- 6 Future Perspectives on European Corridor Development -- References -- Part II: Regional Accessibility: An Important Locational Factor -- Bottlenecks and Regional Economic Impact: Simulations with the CODE24 Transport Model -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Bottlenecks in Transport Markets -- 2.1 What is a Bottleneck in Freight Transportation? -- 2.2 The R̀̀heintalbahń ́as a Bottleneck
  • 3 The CODE24 Transport Model: Structure of a Traffic Model for the Calculation of Transport Costs and Accessibility -- 3.1 Development -- 3.2 Results -- 4 Simulation of the CODE24 Transport Model -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- Comparative Analysis of Accessibility for Freight Transport in Corridor Regions: Results of Two Case Studies -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theoretical Considerations: Accessibility and Transport Costs as Locational Factors -- 3 CODE24 Accessibility Scheme for Freight Transport -- 4 Freight Transport Accessibility -- 5 Methodology and Model Applied -- 6 Quantitative Evaluation -- 7 Qualitative Accessibility in the Technology Region of Karlsruhe and the Region of Liguria -- 8 Conclusions -- References -- Towards an Integrated Railway Network along the Genoa-Rotterdam Corridor -- 1 Introduction -- 2 High Speed Rail: A Review of Experiences -- 3 An Analysis of Passenger Flow along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor -- 4 High Speed and Long Distance Rail Services: The System along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor -- 5 High Speed and Long Distance Rail Services: Integration along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor -- 6 High Speed and Long Distance Rail Services along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor: Integration with Local Connections -- 7 Conclusions and Open Issues -- References -- Part III: Logistic Processes: Organizing Efficient Freight Transport in the Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa -- Evaluation of Impacts of Logistics Clusters in the Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Logistics Clusters -- 3 Methodology of the Case Studies -- 4 Definition of the Study Area -- 5 Expert Interviews -- 6 Indicators of Regional Economic Structures and Analysis of Location Factors -- 7 Analysis of the Spatial Distribution of Logistics Service Providers -- 8 Comparison of the Case Study Results -- 9 Definition of the Study Area -- 9.1 Summary and Practical Application
  • 10 Regional Economic Structure -- 10.1 Summary and Practical Application -- 11 Road, Railway and Inland Waterways -- 11.1 Summary and Practical Application -- 12 Available Commercial Space -- 12.1 Summary and Practical Application -- 13 Partnerships, Associations and Logistics in Research and Teaching -- 13.1 Summary and Practical Application -- 14 Spatial Distribution of Logistics Service Providers -- 14.1 Summary and Practical Application -- 15 Practical Application and Implementation: Economic Promotion, Regional Planning, Cluster Management -- References -- Linking Terminal Ports to the Hinterland -- 1 Port Hinterland Analysis -- 1.1 Port Hinterland Definition: The Methodology -- 1.2 Genoa and Rotterdam Hinterlands -- 2 Creation of a Port Performance Indicator -- 2.1 The Methodology at a Glance -- 2.2 Application of PPI to Genoa and Rotterdam -- 2.2.1 Genoa and the Mediterranean Ports -- 2.2.2 Rotterdam and the North European Ports -- 3 Improving Rail Connection Capability from the Ligurian Ports to the Hinterland -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Online Rail Freight Exchange (ORFE): Better Rail Competitiveness and Acceptance -- 1 Goal of this Contribution -- 2 Booming Rail Freight in Europe? -- 3 What is an Online Rail Freight Exchange? -- 4 Objectives of ORFE within CODE24 -- 5 Method -- 6 Market Contribution of an Online Rail Freight Platform -- 7 ORFE Requirements in View of Potential Users -- 8 Quest for Operator and Market Entrance -- 9 ORFE Implications and Conclusions -- References -- Inland Port Development -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Master Plan Port.City.Mannheim 2035+ -- 2.1 Land Use and Site Potential -- 2.1.1 Land Use Analysis -- 2.1.2 Site Potential Analysis -- 2.1.3 Site Potential Port of Mannheim -- 2.2 Forecast of Port Throughput and Land Requirement -- 2.3 Scenarios -- 2.4 Next Step: Evaluation of Scenarios
  • 3 Cooperation between the Nine Upper Rhine Inland Ports -- 3.1 The Inland Ports in a Growing Market -- 3.2 Potential of Modal Shift -- 3.3 Infrastructure Capacities -- 3.4 A Common Masterplan -- 3.5 Implementation of the Masterplan and Creation of a Common Governance Structure -- 4 Summary -- References -- On the Way to a better Interoperability in the Upper Rhine -- 1 The Logistics Service Centre Lahr -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Study Design -- 1.3 Procedure -- 2 The Location: StartkLahr Airport and Business Park Raum Lahr -- 2.1 The Location and Structure of the startkLahr Area -- 2.2 The Industrial-Commercial Use of the startkLahr Area -- 3 The Market Potential of a Freight Terminal in the Logistics Service Centre Lahr -- 3.1 Competition Analysis -- 3.2 Potential Analysis: Unaccompanied Combined Freight Transport -- 3.3 Potential Analysis: Accompanied Combined Freight Transport (Rolling Highway) -- 3.4 Layout and Space Requirement -- 4 The Regional Economic Effects of a Freight Terminal in the Logistics Service Centre Lahr -- 4.1 Methodical Aspects -- 4.1.1 Effects of the Supply Side -- 4.1.2 Structural Effects from the Demand Aspect -- 4.1.3 Location Effects from the Demand Aspect -- 4.2 Value Creating Effects -- 4.2.1 Initial Situation: Value Creation in the Ortenau District -- 4.2.2 Value Creation from the Operation of the Lahr Freight Terminal -- 4.2.3 Value Creation from Use of the Lahr Freight Terminal -- 4.2.4 Value Creating Effects for the Ortenau District -- 5 Operating Concept and Operator Model for a Freight Terminal in the Logistics Service Centre Lahr -- 5.1 Operational Concepts for the Rolling Highway and for Unaccompanied Combined Transport -- 5.2 Operator Model -- 6 Summary -- References -- Part IV: Environmental Aspects of Railway Infrastructure Development
  • Noise Reduction in the Railway Corridor Rotterdam-Genoa: Observations within the Project CODE24
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