This paper compares different approaches to intermodality. The authors argue that the development of rail networks around the world is directly linked to the development of cities. Large airports generate demand which is often even larger than city centers. Big airports are ideal places for developing railway services. Nevertheless, the connection of the world’s larges airports to the rail network is a recent development. The different degrees of rail development at airports that are big enou...Expand abstract
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Rail infrastructure at major European hub airports : the role of institutional settings
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