Perspectives of mobility development in remote areas attractive to tourists
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innovative mobility solutions
sustainable mobility
transport policy
remote areas attractive to tourists
Delphi method

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Kuźmicz, K., Ryciuk, U., Glińska, E., Kiryluk, H., & Rollnik-Sadowska, E. (2022). Perspectives of mobility development in remote areas attractive to tourists. Ekonomia I Środowisko - Economics and Environment, 80(1), 150–188. https://doi.org/10.34659/eis.2022.80.1.440

Abstract

This paper addresses the problem of transport systems in remote areas, defined by a set of constraints deriving from a sparse population, infrequent transportation location means stops and cost-effectiveness of the system. Remote areas attractive to tourists additionally require transportation services designed with respect to changeable demand and the necessity to provide transportation solutions limiting detrimental influence on the environment. This paper aims to identify and assess the perspectives for developing innovative mobility solutions for residents and tourists in remote areas in line with sustainable development and evaluate factors supporting or hindering the development of the selected perspectives. The results of a Delphi study with 23 experts from seven EU Member States, Russia and Norway, enabled the identification of factors shaping the future of mobility in peripheral areas, including IT-supported multimodal transport systems, demand-responsive transport and transport services tailored to the specific needs of different user groups.

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