Politics and Economics

2019
Num. 11
Summary - A public investment in the mobility network sector requires the evaluation of the complete scenario before and after work and a rigorous comparative analysis of possible alternatives. On... read all
2019
Num. 9
Summary - Not always a decision-making process in- volving the transport system leads to making rational choices. There is a syndrome known in the literature as “planning fallacy”, according to which... read all
2019
Num. 3
Summary - An appropriate access charges regime represents the basis for guaranteeing fair competition in the rail sector. In accordance with the recent European and national legislations, the... read all
2018
Num. 12
  Summary – The public mobility planning strategy initiated in recent years in Italy is based on two fundamental cornerstones: the reorganisation of the rules (revision of the legislation and... read all
2018
Num. 11
Summary - The issue of standard costs and the relat- ed considerations about the optimal sizes of Local Public Transport (LPT) networks and operators have been the subject of a number of legislative... read all
2017
Num. 6
Summary - The Italian rail network, for the majority State-owned (16751 km), but with significant links (3000 km) of local government properties (Regions and the Au- tonomous Province of Bolzano) has... read all
2017
Num. 6
Abstract - Freight exchange between the territory south of the Eastern Alps and the Central-Northern Europe uses primarily two transport systems: the Brenner system and the Tauern system. The first... read all
2017
Num. 4
Abstract - The cause-effect relationship between certain characteristics of urban settlement areas and the types of mobility that follow is intuitive. Scientific research has of- ten found... read all

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