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Potentiale und Wirkungen des EuroCombi in Deutschland

  • Geller, Kathleen
  • Evangelinos, Christos
  • Hesse, Claudia
  • Püschel, Ronny
  • Obermeyer, Andy
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    Für die kommenden Jahre prognostizieren Experten ein wachsendes Verkehrsaufkommen, das nur mit effektiven und schnell umsetzbaren Lösungen bewältigt werden kann. Neben dem Infrastrukturausbau und der Verlagerung auf umweltfreundliche Verkehrsträger wie Bahn und Binnenschifffahrt steht dem Straßengüterverkehr auch die Vergrößerung der Transporteinheiten als weitere Möglichkeit zur Verfügung. Dies lässt sich beispielsweise durch den Einsatz von EuroCombis realisieren. Jedoch ist der EuroCombi aus verschiedenen Gründen in Deutschland derzeit sehr umstritten. Dieser Beitrag zielt darauf ab, erste Schlüsse über die zukünftige Rolle des EuroCombis im Güterverkehr in Deutschland zu ziehen.

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    Paper provided by Dresden University of Technology, Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences "Friedrich List", Institute for Transport and Economics in its series Discussion Papers with number 1/2012.

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    1. Brunow, Stephan & Hirte, Georg, 2005. "Age Structure and Regional Income Growth," Discussion Papers 1/2005, Dresden University of Technology, Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences "Friedrich List", Institute for Transport and Economics.
    2. Westphal, Jan R., 2000. "Komplexitätsmanagement in der Produktionslogistik," Discussion Papers 4/2000, Dresden University of Technology, Faculty of Transportation and Traffic Sciences "Friedrich List", Institute for Transport and Economics.
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