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Feasibility study on high-speed rail and air cooperation
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Civil Engineering and Transportation 2015
The development of air transport and high-speed rail (HSR) is facing two problems. One is competition, having been stated in many literatures focusing on the economic distances; and another is stresses from large investments, energy consumption and environmental degradation. In this paper, the feasibility of HSR-air transport cooperation is discussed, aiming to prevent excessive service and reduce emissions, but not hurt travelers. The feasible regions are calculated based on a total cost modeldoi:10.2991/iccet-15.2015.318 fatcat:lfia2nkinzbszfrdfpwvc4sbwe