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dc.contributor.editorFINGER, Matthias
dc.contributor.editorMONTERO-PASCUAL, Juan J.
dc.contributor.editorSERAFIMOVA, Teodora
dc.identifier.citationFlorence : European University Institute, 2022
dc.description.abstractFor more than a decade, hundreds of experts have gathered at the hills overlooking Florence to analyse the evolution of European transport policy and regulation at the call of the Florence School of Regulation (FSR). This book reflects the discussions in Florence, and more broadly, it documents the evolution of transport regulation in the European Union. The purpose of this book is to share the knowledge we at FSR Transport have built as privileged observers by bringing to the forefront the most interesting pieces in our “Observers”. In particular, we have selected the more relevant valuative pieces opening our Observers over the last decade whilst organising them according to the topic they address in four different blocks. We open with the rail block, as rail was the original topic of most of our Forums. Aviation has also received a lot of our attention, and in particular, Air Traffic Management and the Single European Sky, which in turn, have their own dedicated sub-block. We close with a block on intermodality, which has drawn increasing attention. The texts have not been edited for the book other than minor temporal references to improve readability. We have included as opening pieces our “Manifesto for the Next Five Years of EU Regulation of Transport”, published in November 2019 ahead of the start of the von der Leyen Commission’s mandate, and an update for a post-COVID-19 recovery, published in June 2020. In these documents, a more comprehensive vision of the challenges in EU transport regulation is provided.en
dc.description.tableofcontents-- Introduction -- PART I : Towards a Smart and Sustainable Single European Transport Area -- Manifesto for the Next Five Years of EU -- Regulation of Transport -- Manifesto for a post-COVID-19 Recovery Towards Smarter and More Sustainable Transport -- PART II : Railways as the Backbone of the European Transport System -- Modal Shift: The Moment of Truth. Main Takeaways and Lessons Learnt from the European Year of Rail -- Building a European Railway Network for Long-Distance Passenger Services -- State Aid in a Sustainable and Smart Railway Ecosystem -- From National Railway Infrastructures to a Pan-European Freight Network -- How to Revitalise Rail Freight with Digitalisation? -- Green Finance and Sustainability: Is there a Space for Railways? -- What is Wrong with European Rail Freight? -- Private Financing of European Railway Infrastructure? -- Competition in the Passenger Railways in Europe -- Railways in the Age of Digitalisation? -- Competition in the Railway Passenger Market -- Security: Rail is NOT Air! -- Regulating the Performance of European Railways: What can we learn from Air Transport? -- The Digital Single European Railway Area: How to Think it? -- Rail Freight Corridors: The Challenges Ahead -- The 4th Railway Package: Further Challenges for the Regulator -- Financing Railways: What Role for Regulation? -- PART III - Aviation: Facing the Dual Challenges of Decarbonisation and Competitiveness -- A Resilient European Aviation Market: Lessons Learnt -- What Role for Competition Rules when Restarting Aviation? -- Decarbonising Aviation…but how? -- Airports as ‘Enablers’ for the Aviation Sector’s Take-Off Towards Net-Zero Carbon Emissions -- Air Services Regulation: Some Need for Review -- Navigating Towards a More Efficient Airport Slots Allocation Regime in Europe -- PART IV - Modernising European Air Traffic Management -- The European Economic Regulator, a Catalyst for an overdue Change in ATM Governance -- Context and History of Air Traffic Management Data Services -- What can Air Traffic Management Learn From Electricity? -- Incentivising the Evolution Towards Interoperability -- How to Better Align the Performance Scheme? -- Air Traffic Management: Why a Technological Disruption is needed – and why it is coming -- Regulating Drones: What is the Right Approach? -- Which Governance for SESAR Deployment? -- From Single European Sky Gridlock to Air Traffic Control Markets to Evolving the Role of EUROCONTROL -- PART V - When the Modes Come Together: Towards Increasingly Intermodal Transport Regulation -- Multimodal Ticketing: What Kind of Regulation is Necessary? -- How to Think the Greening of European Cargo Operations? -- Placing Governance Considerations at the Core of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Indicators’ Design Process -- COVID-19: An Opportunity to Redesign Mobility Towards Greater Sustainability and Resilience? -- Integrated Multimodal Ticketing Will Not Happen Without Clear Rules About Data Sharing -- Pricing, Regulation and Rethinking of Mobility Needs is Required for Transport to Fully Account for its External Costs -- Obstacles on the Road to the European Single Market for Road Transport -- In the Era of Digitalisation and in Order to Achieve an Intermodal Level Playing Field, do we Need to Regulate? -- Mobility-As-A-Service: From the Regulation of Transport as a Sector to the Regulation of Transport as a Service? -- Low-Cost Air and High-Speed Rail: An Untapped Potential for Complementarity?en
dc.publisherEuropean University Instituteen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesFlorence School of Regulationen
dc.titleTowards a smart and sustainable single European transport area : an assessment of the past 10 years of EU regulationen
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