Internalisation of External Costs of Transport in Flanders
To what extent does the transport user internalize their external costs?
Rhine-Alpine Transport Study
Quantification of the modal shift potential on the Rail Freight Corridor Rhine-Alpine.
Train Scheduling: The Game
Optimisation of train scheduling in a pc simulation game environment
Level Playing Field for Freight Transport in Belgium
Effects of a continuation of the rail transport subsidy on freight markets and the level playing field for freight transport ...
Development of a New Logistics Funding Scheme
Ex-ante analysis for the successor to the EC’s Marco Polo programme in freight logistics
Flemish emission model for inland shipping, maritime transport and rail
Rail Freight Market Study Corridor C (Future Corridor 2)
Cost Benefit Analysis Corridor PP22
Study on the completion of the railway link Germany - Greece
Evaluation of the Trans-Siberian Railway
Business case for new Trans-Siberian railway corridor services
TEN-T Planning Methodology
Trans-European Transport Network planning methodology
MIRA External Costs
Internalization of external costs in Flanders
Rail Corridor F
Study exploiting the possibility of creating a rail freight corridor linking Belgium and Poland
Effects of European railway policy on transport of goods
Transport forecasts and SCBA as part of a possible reopening of the Iron Rhine
Training Classes CBA Rail
Training for FPS Mobility and Transport, in French and Dutch, 5 days
Advise to the international arbitration case "Iron Rhine" between The Netherlands and Belgium. Impact of the Iron R...
Feasibility study on the 3RX rail corridor between Belgium and Germany
Internalisation of external costs on transport corridors
Strategic Freight Model Flanders
Policy support using the strategic freight model Flanders
Optimisation rail Gent-Terneuzen
A prognoses of the transport volumes by rail (up til 2030) in the harbours of Terneuzen and Gent.
Elimination of boundaries for the clustering of cargo flows by rail
Mapping of the physical and organisational boundaries of cargo flows by rail in Flanders, and analysis of a possible subsidy.