TRANSALPINE TRANSPORT POLICIES: TOWARDS A SHARED APPROACH
Gerardo Marletto ()
Articles, 2010, vol. 37, issue 3
In recent years crossing the Alps has become a central issue in European transport policy. The increase in global transport flow has contributed to bringing two themes to the centre of attention: making transalpine transportation easier and reducing the negative impact of this on the Alpine environment. The resulting debate has shown that there are conflicting transport policy proposals. The main reasons behind such differences are not so much the different evaluations of the trends in transalpine transport, and not only the diverging local and national interests, but rather the implicit reference to three alternative policy paradigms : ‘competition’, ‘sustainability’ and ‘degrowth’. The aim of this paper is twofold : 1) to identify the links between policy paradigms and the transalpine transport policy framework; 2) to propose a multilevel and multi-criteria approach to transalpine transport policy. The explicit consideration of policy paradigms and the structured participation of citizens and stakeholders are at the heart of such a new and more widely shared approach.
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