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Ill-informed locals or enlightened tourists
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Protection de l'environnement et routes nationales
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Recreational traffic: Analyses and Strategies
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Dossiers Troff document (with manpage macros) Leisure-related traffic
The background report for the "Mobility and Leisure" Dossier features the latest facts and figures on the subject of leisure-related traffic. What activities act as its driving force? What modes of transport are actually used? How do different countries compare? And what sort of problems does leisure-related mobility entail? The main section features examples of the implementation of sustainable mobility in leisure-related traffic in the Alpine region. The emphasis is on special public transport offers for leisure activities as well as projects for sustainable transport solutions for tourism. In countries such as Switzerland, Austria or Germany leisure-related traffic already accounts for 50 to 60% of the overall traffic volume. In these countries the proportion of private motorised traffic in leisure-related traffic is very high, at around 60% to 80%. That proportion of leisure-related traffic is set to increase in the future. Additional relevant material on the issue can be found in other language versions of this page.
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Switzerland: internet timetable for mountain enthusiasts
The Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) has posted a new German and French internet page at , to help mountaineers plan their tours.
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European Commission adopts measures to promote freight traffic
On 18 October the European Commission adopted a series of measures aimed at boosting the efficiency, integration and sustainability of freight transport within the Union.
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EU Marco Polo Programme for the displacement of traffic now in force
The EU's Marco Polo Programme came into force on August 3. The Programme's objective is to shift increased international freight traffic from the road to other modes of transport.
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