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"We're going to consider proposals that are serious, proposals that have a kind of intermodality, multistate regional approach," LaHood said.
But if we are to truly embrace this "intermodality" and witness rail compete with short-haul air routes, we have to match the expectations and experiences travellers have at airports and bring the railway station into the modern age.
Intercités, Les Chemins de Fer de la Corse services as well as EFFIA (intermodality management) and Keolis (European urban and inter-urban public transport operator).
Oberstar's bill would fundamentally remake federal transportation programs, with an emphasis on connecting different modes of transportation - including highways, subways, city buses, intercity rail and bike paths - so they work as a single system, a concept known as intermodality.
The Parliament is taking an initiative on something that the Commission abandoned, "said the Parliament's rapporteur on the proposal, French Socialist MEP Gilles Savary. on urban mobility that was" full of hope and promises ", Savary lamented that the Commission is now refusing to present a genuine follow-up action plan, instead proposing separate initiatives" without any coherence "on air quality, urban mobility funding and intermodality of transport modes.
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