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Scientific Workshop on Mountain Mobility and Transport SWOMM 2005-2006
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The AlpCheck Project
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Alps a seismograph of bad transport development
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Timetables in Julian Alps 2011
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Verkehrliche und räumliche Auswirkungen des Lötschberg-Basistunnels
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Freight transport belongs on the rails
EU transport ministers want to reach an agreement on the new Eurovignette Directive for transit traffic by the end of September 2020. CIPRA International and the "iMonitraf!" network are therefore calling for rapid agreement to ease the burden on humans and nature.
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Pilot project RegioBus Isny Umland
The model project RegioBus Isny-Umland was carried out from 01.01.2003 to 31.12.2005, supported by the German lands Bayern and Baden-Württemberg. The objective of this project was to group and harmonise school, city and regional traffic. Also after the end of the pilot period the partnership collaboration is continued, time tables are determined with all the participants and grants are provided for over-performance, which goes beyond the own cost-effectiveness of the transportation companies, to the benefit of our citizens and guests. With the help of DYNALP, the Marketing of the Project was reinforced, thus achieving better image and use of ÖPNV.
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Research into environmental impacts along the main Alpine traffic arteries
This spring saw the launch of ALPNAP, a new project in the framework of the EU's Interreg IIIB Alpine Space Programme.
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International workshop series "Disseminating Knowledge - Networking People" Transport and visitor management in mountain areas
On May 10 and 11 CIPRA International and CIPRA Slovenia organised a workshop on the topic of "Transport and Visitor Management in Mountain Areas". It became clear already with the first contributions that there are no straightforward answers when it comes to the relationship between transport development and regional development. There are areas of the Alps which do well economically despite being difficult to access.
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Work begins on Semmering Tunnel
The authorisation proceedings have yet to be concluded, but the excavators are already on the move for the building of the Semmering rail tunnel. Austrian politicians have given the project the green light, ignoring loud protests and empty state coffers.
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