The Role of Intermodal Transport in Port Regionalisation

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  • Transport Policy


  • The port regionalisation concept extended earlier spatial models of port development with a focus on institutional relationships governing the complexity of inland connections. The concept accounts for the fact that modern ports operate in an increasingly complex and sophisticated transport and logistics environment, embedded within multi-scalar planning regimes. This paper addresses the role of intermodal transport in port regionalisation by reviewing the literature on the three core aspects of the concept: intermodal terminals, inland logistics and collective action problems.

fecha de publicación

  • 2013

Líneas de investigación

  • Corridors
  • Inland Terminals
  • Institutions
  • Logistics
  • Planning
  • Regionalization

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  • 161

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