Trasporti. Diritto, economia, politica n. 110 (2010)

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    Treni storici: introduzione alla manifestazione del 9 e 10 ottobre 2010 a WEIMAR, Land della Sassonia-Anhalt (Germania)
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2014-01-13)
    Dabacelli, Luigi
    Nell’ambito delle numerosissime manifestazioni organizzate in occasione dei 175 anni delle ferrovie tedesche, quella tenutasi a Weimar, tra il 9 e il 10 ottobre 2010, è stata sicuramente tra le più rappresentative avendo visto, oltre alla significativa anche se non numerosa presenza di locomotive a vapore ed elettriche, una nutritissima presenza di loco diesel, soprattutto dei gruppi che le Deutsche Bahn hanno “ereditato” dalle Deutsche Reichsbahn (le ferrovie della scomparsa Germania Est).
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    Giurisprudenza
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2010)
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    El desarrollo de las autopistas del mar en el Mediterraneo: Giornata della logistica - Barcelona, 26 maggio 2010
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2014-01-13)
    Grimaldi, Guido
    Creo que es muy importante que personas procedentes del mundo institucional, del transporte, de los puertos estén todos hoy aqui en este debate sobre las autopistas del mar siendo este un proyecto que recoge impulso y fomento propio desde estos sectores para luego involucrar a las empresas, al sector privado y toda la ciudadania europea.
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    Substainable pricing and european maritime policy
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2014-01-13)
    Venezia, Elisabetta
    During the last few years, transport policy, both at national and at a European level, focused on the need to increase efficiency in the mobility of goods and passengers, also in sustainable terms. In this context, ports, considered as crucial nodes in global multimodal transport networks, gained growing importance. The presence of overcapacity, stemming also from an inappropriate sizing of port infrastructures and the lack of a pricing system related to sustainable and economic criteria are example of interrelated elements that generate losses of efficiency within the port environment and that represent some of the main obstacles to the development of a fair competition, both within and among the different modes of transport. The present paper intends to provide some reflections on the European port policy and on pricing setting procedures. The idea is to investigate the possibility of using fair pricing and a loyal competition to have, in the future, an evenly transport system based also on the use of more environmentally-friendly transport modes. This work is organised as follows: – firstly, recent trends of the maritime transport sector are briefly analysed in order to have a clearer idea of the context in which we are moving; – secondly, the author focuses on the study and the critical analysis of the tariff system recently proposed by the EC and analyses the possibility to implement an alternative pricing method on the basis of current literature and practical applications; – finally, the paper provides some indications and sets out recommendations.
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