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Transit-Oriented Development: does easy access to the railway station increase train use?

Author: Kees Maat and Christa Hubers Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Delft University of Technology Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is the strategy to urbanise around railway stations in order to increase train ridership. However, the success highly depends on … Continue reading

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Is Benelux getting any smaller?

We all assume that developments in transport go towards better travel time, more direct connection, increased comfort and reliability.. Well, that’s not always the case. I am now referring to the Benelux train. In about 10 years of experiences with … Continue reading

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Will we finally have on time trains?

Train traffic has been always a source of complaints. I mean, trains that are too few. Or when they might have a decent frequency, they might be late. Or when they are on time, they might be too short. Or … Continue reading

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