Intermodalità e interportualità nel sistema di trasporto merci in Italia
Intermodality and inland terminals in the system of freight transport in Italy - Europe is struggling to avoid losing position on international markets and in other policies, long, points on an integrated transport policy, namely for a transport network that sees the connection between its various functional components. Italy is part of production networks in Europe and is necessarily part of the process of building an integrated transport system which is based on intermodality. The paper examines the problems that exist in Italy as regards the implementation of an organic transport policy. Under consideration is the structure of the Italian inland terminals, and more, are the deficiencies in the policy for the intermodality. Severe criticism is moved to the choices made in the field of high speed, because the choices made so far do not address the problem of intermodal freight.
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Volume (Year): 2009/27 (2009)
Issue (Month): 27 ()
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