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Active Mobility Intermodality

Metros and buses are being increasingly linked with other forms of active transport like bikes and e-scooters. Are these synergies common and do people use them? In this video, the environment and transport journalist Sam Morgan wonders how cities can build a well-functioning mobility ecosystem with the expertise of Morten Kabell, urbanist and co-CEO of the European Cyclists' Federation. According to Mr. Kabell, by creating massive bike parking systems at the train stations, the Netherlands with set a great example for the rest of Europe: "If you have modern, open, bright facilities for cyclists, then they will use those facilites." On the other hand, intermodality inside and between cities should also become easier in the years to come thanks to EU rules on passenger rights, which for example will oblige train companies to provide adequate carriage space for a certain amount of bikes.

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