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Theme 1 and 2 - Mobility and Multi- Modality Management, New processes of spatial development, changes in space and land structures

PROGRAMMES
Programme Type
Funding programme
Origin
National (Belgium)
Belgium
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Duration
-

Overview

Background & Policy context

Theme 1 - Mobility and Multi- Modality Management 2001-2005 follows on from Theme 2 - Mobility and Multi- Modality Management 2000-2001.

The first programme was focused on 3 main themes - the environmental management of airports, the regional express network (RER) and the optimisation of the SNCB (Belgian Railways) network.

Strategic Objectives

The next and current theme focuses on spatial/territorial development and infrastructure needs in Wallonia, to plan multimodal transport between Walloon cities and propose a methodology to prioritise infrastructure.

Programme organisation

The 2001-2002 programme's 3 main research themes are:

  • The relative need for greater infrastructure (macro-economic approach)
  • Multi-modality and Intermodality (micro-economic approach)
  • The link between the mobility of business and zones of economic activities (ZAEs)

All three topics will have been studied individually, but were possible common elements were sought.

For the current programme research projects have been commissioned to 3 main universities.

Funding

Institution Type
Institution Name
Walloon Government (Gouvernement Wallon), Permanent Conference of Territorial Development (CPDT)
Programme funding arrangements and funding conditions

EUR 120 million/year for secretariat

Participating countries
Belgium

Projects covered

No projects covered for this programme.

Contact

Name
Mr Ghislain Géron Inspecteur Général
Email
G.Geron@mrw.wallonie.be
Organisation
Permanent Conference of Territorial Development (CPDT)Secretariat
Zipcode
B-5100
City
Jambes (Namur)
Country
Organisation Website

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