Linear infrastructure
Linear infrastructure refers to a network of railways and highways that ensure continuous operation of the transport sector.
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7 publications
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Article
02.02.2021
Can France Double Rail Freight Volumes in 10 Years?

This summer an alliance of French rail freight operators presented an ambitious plan to double rail freight volumes over the next 10 years

Article
11.27.2020
China Planning High-Speed Rail Freight Network to Help E-Commerce Sector

The country already has an extensive high-speed passenger network and is now looking to develop new goods trains. Rail bosses believe demand from online retailers will help drive the development of the network

Report
08.26.2020
Report
08.26.2020
Value Chains Transformation and Transport Reconnection in Eurasia: Geo-Economic and Geopolitical Implications

Geographically and historically, transport and trade have united Eurasia as much as geopolitical conflicts and imperial rivalries have kept it fragmented. Since the 2000s and even more so with the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the Eurasian integration (EAEU) in progress, opportunities for a major diversification and modernization of the economies of continental Eurasia via transport and trade integration, at both a regional and global level, have risen dramatically and have in fact never been greater.

Report
06.30.2020
Report
06.30.2020
France and Spain Export to China: Prospects for Expansion of the Rail Freight Transit
France and Spain are among the largest economies in the European Union. Spain’s rail infrastructure is more integrated into the international rail corridor connecting Europe and China. France has a wide industrial sector that can be used in the context of expanding the country’s exports to China. The study "France and Spain Export to China: Prospects for Expansion of the Rail Freight Transit" includes a brief overview of the current economies of the countries, an analysis of the commodity exports; as well as the logistics characteristics of the countries.
Report
06.06.2019
Report
06.06.2019
China’s High-Speed Rail Development
Over the past decade, China has built 25,000 km of dedicated high-speed railway—more than the rest of the world combined. China’s High-Speed Rail Development examines the Chinese experience to draw lessons for countries considering investing in high-speed rail.