Zakaj ne potrebujemo hitrih prog za 300 na uro, ampak integrirani taktni vozni red po zgledu Švice

Translated title of the contribution: Why we don't need 300mph high-speed lines, but a Swiss-style integrated timetable

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Abstract

The integrated timetable concept was developed in Switzerland in the 1980s and is now also being introduced in Austria, Germany and Denmark. What is it and what could be gained?
Translated title of the contributionWhy we don't need 300mph high-speed lines, but a Swiss-style integrated timetable
Original languageSlovenian
Number of pages6
JournalFinance
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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