More sustainable mobility is on the rails - Part 3

8 min reading time

Published on 12/04/23 - Updated on 12/04/23

analyse train

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 and to read the second part click here.​​​​​​​ Better connecting Europe by rail Transnational rail services in Europe are set to receive a boost this year, thanks in particular to the European Commission's intention to support 10 pilot projects...

SNCF

SNCF

Transport

  • SNCF France
SEE THE NOTE

This content is for subscribers only. You have 80% left to discover.

Every week, the HON team brings you an expert look at the world of hospitality.

By becoming a member, you will have access to a complete ecosystem: exclusive content, jobs, etc.

BECOME A MEMBER

Already a member ?

For further

Every week, the HON team brings you an expert look at the world of hospitality. By becoming a member, you will have access to a complete ecosystem: exclusive content, jobs, etc.

BECOME A MEMBER

Sign up to add topics in favorite. Sign up to add categories in favorite. Sign up to add content in favorite. Register for free to vote for the application.

Already signed up? Already signed up? Already signed up? Already registered?