PRESTUDY WP6 - TRANSPORT CORRIDOR MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE: STATE-OF-THE-ART REVIEW Multilevel multicriteria design of intermodal transport Freight Center networks. Contents. Introduction Stakeholders involved and their role in the decision making Transport corridor management
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PRESTUDY WP6 - TRANSPORT CORRIDOR MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE:STATE-OF-THE-ART REVIEW Multilevel multicriteria design of intermodal transport Freight Center networks
Stakeholders involved and their role in the decision making
Transport corridor management
Applicability to case studies
Findings on corridor management
Recommendations on management scheme
Oslo bus station
Port of Helsinki (Vuosaary Harbour), Finland
Flughafen Leipzig Halle
Vilnius airport Lithuania
Port of Constantza Romania
Armentieres Railway Station
Port of Thessaloniki Greece
The management of multi and uni-modal networks including transportation nodes and corridors requires smooth cooperation amongst multiple groups of stakeholders:
financing and allocation of resources.
European Commission’s objective goals concerning the development of transportation corridors:
Mutual implementation of EU standards.
Adoption of harmonized operational rules.
Cooperation of the involved Member States in terms of timing, investments, environmental assessments, choice of routes, etc.
national policies & strategies according to EU guidelines
financing - infrastructure development and provision of services.
Utilization of initiatives according to EU directives and national government guidelines
Regional Transportation Plans and Urban Mobility Plans in harmonization with the relevant national plans and the strategic design.
efficient exploitation of public bodies’ supply provisions (infrastructure) and legislative-regulatory framework.
decision making in terminals - directly linked to the ownership status of the terminal (state-owned or private).
substantial participation of public in the decision making (D-M) process – increase of public acceptance but cannot assure the success of any transportation project
provision of technical support (e.g. chambers, public organizations, etc.) and the improvement of professional rights
D – M framework
Decision making - management structure
Corridor management structure
Typology of management structure
Parameters affecting the choice of management structure
Management structure schemes
Applicability to case studies (Leipzig airport)
Applicability to case studies (Helsinki port)
Applicability to case studies (Thessaloniki port)
Eftihia Nathanail, Transportation Engineer (MSc, PhD), Assist. Professor
Konstantinos Papoutsis, Transportation Engineer (MSc), Research associate
Michael Gogas, Transportation Engineer (MSc), Research associate
University of ThessalyDepartment of Civil Engineering
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