Transport weighs heavily in the carbon footprint of a trip. With the rise of sustainable tourism, it is essential to opt for environmentally friendly modes of transport, such as the train, which pollutes 8 times less than the car and 14 times less than the plane, according to ADEME. But to encourage more tourists to take the train, the sector must propose an offer adapted to their needs. More links, better connections, attractive fares and a wide choice of timetables are all necessary to ensure that as many people as possible adopt the train. Although many projects in this direction are underway, there is still a long way to go before we reach our destination.
To discover the first part of this analysis, click here. Continuously improving the customer experience Facilitating the customer journey and experience are the keys to greater adoption of the train by passengers, whether for daily or leisure travel. With this in mind, SNCF Connect is...
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