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Quel niveau d'intervention pour réduire la dépendance automobile des travailleurs frontaliers à destination du Luxembourg ?

Sébastien Petit 1
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GC (UMR_8504) - Géographie-cités
Abstract : The strong car dependence of cross-border working force of Luxemburg is mainly due to the lack of efficient commuting alternatives. Specificities of cross-border labour market (wages conditions) as well as the attractive power of Luxemburg (taxation regime) enhance trans-border trips and motorization of frontier workers households, which in turn, drive new mechanisms into the car dependency process. Reducing frontiers workers car dependency seems inevitable based on increasing traffic congestion level and growing perspectives of cross-border labour market. Supporting modal report from cars to public transportation is one of potential solutions, but it requires defining the appropriate level of intervention, taking into account local territories specificities, so as to improve trans-border links and transit.
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Sébastien Petit. Quel niveau d'intervention pour réduire la dépendance automobile des travailleurs frontaliers à destination du Luxembourg ?. Mosella : revue du Centre d'études géographiques de Metz, Université de Metz, 2010. ⟨hal-03048312⟩

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