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Sensitive Transport Development along the Central European Green

Sensitive Transport Development along the Central European Green

Sensitive Transport Development along the Central European

Attila Lüttmerding Ádám Bodor Peter Leischner Boris Madjeric Neven Trenc Annett Zeigerer Matthias Gather Berichte des Instituts Verkehr und Raum Band 2 (2008) Sensitive Transport Development along the Central European Green Belt

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  • Page 13 and 14: 1 Introduction This report is the f
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  • Page 21 and 22: 5.2 The regions of the Green Belt (
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    5.2.12 Euregio Mura-Drava (HU-HR) M

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    5.2.13 Euregio Danube-Drava (HR-HU)

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    Intermodality to bike paths and hik

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    River as border Mura-Drava River an

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    To specific regions: Euregio Danube

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    5.3.2 Euregio Sønderjylland-Schles

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    Not mentioned. Intermodality to bik

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    offer better transborder connection

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    5.3.4 Euregio Neiße-Nisa-Nysa (DE-

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    On the German-Czech relations train

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    tries are in the EU since more than

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    5.3.6 The “Euregio” (DE-NL) Map

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    • Prignitzer Bahn (www.prignitzer

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    Centrope, Carinthia-Slovenia In the

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    5.3.8 The Upper Rhine Region (DE-FR

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    cities every 15 min, aided by regio

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    5.5 Conclusions and suggestions for

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    7 Haßberge and Rodachtal DE - NRP,

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    Map 25: Hiking regions in the Green

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    Croatian frontier. At the Slovene-I

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    Map 27: Certificated hiking paths i

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    friendly accommodations labelled "Q

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    have listed all sights and leisure

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    7 Cycling (Peter Leischner) Backgro

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    7.1 Criteria for a good cycling sys

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    Table 6: Cycling tourist market seg

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    7.2 Regions of the Green Belt 7.2.1

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    suggestion for development 7.2.3 Rh

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    7.2.4 Euregio Egrensis Criteria Str

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    touristic bike path on a former rai

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    Freundschafts-Radweg (friendship pa

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    7.2.6 Region Styria-North East Slov

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    Via Pomerania - Radfernweg „Ebers

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    Fahrradparadies Belgisch Limburg(D/

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    Furthermore the principal objective

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    Map 29: Accessibility from the Gree

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    8.1.3 Target groups Target groups a

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    Bavaria Region Administrative distr

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    Radrundtouren Bicycle round tours a

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    Röthengrund route Steinachtal- cyc

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    tion to that the available commmute

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    Main signposts near Lauscha in Tsch

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    egion. This does not meet the deman

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    Route signposts A large part of the

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    8.1.4 Action planning and prioritie

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    8.1.4.3 Development of the transbou

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    8.1.5 Best-practice examples The fo

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    Customized constructions A passage

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    Traffic signs, signposting annd inf

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    8.1.6 Concept of bicycle rallies To

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    Organisation Information and local

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    • Route connections and round tri

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    Round tour 2: „A journey to Höll

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    8.2 Mura-Drava (Boris Madjeric & Ne

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    Map 33: From Bilogora hills to Drav

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    Map 35: Drava crossing Passage betw

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    8.2.3 Information media and organiz

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    Map 39: Accessibility by roads (MAD

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    (TZ, KKZ, MADJERIC 2002) (MATTA 200

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    8.3.1 Network of bike paths The Hun

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    8.3.2 Transborder bike paths The in

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    Section 10 Place : from Rátót to

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    8.3.3 Accessibility by public trans

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    8.3.4 Infrastructure for bike touri

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    8.3.6 Information media and organiz

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    8.3.7 Strengths and weaknesses of t

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    9 Conclusions This report provided

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    11 Annex Annex for chapter 8.1. 175

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