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An innovative way to embed local mobility services into the transport networks

Maguelonne Chandesris; Jean-Baptiste Bonneville; Perrine Bouche

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  <dc:creator>Maguelonne Chandesris</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Jean-Baptiste Bonneville</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Perrine Bouche</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>To move around the country without the use of a personal vehicle entails a connected sequence of several modes of transport. Multiple modes of public and private transport already exist, but no viable unified and integrated system of information. Starting with a theoretical exploration of the business model of door-to-door transport, this article presents the first results of an experimental Innovation &amp; Research project developed by SNCF. The approach is original in two respects: first, it investigates a new so-called distributed business model, focusing on management by local actors. Second, the exploration is undertaken through a form of institutional bricolage that does not prejudge the ultimate solutions. The first findings from surveys conducted with local actors and future avenues for research are presented.</dc:description>
  <dc:subject>passenger mobility; intermodality; door-to-door; business model</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>An innovative way to embed local mobility services into the transport networks</dc:title>
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