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An Conference on Rural Transport Implementation took place in the UK on 8th Sep 2004. Barriers
     
 
Mission Statement
The ARTS Project tests and demonstrates the most effective ways of providing rural transport services and, consequently, produces a set of recommendations to serve as a guide for the planning and implementation of rural transport systems. This goal will be achieved principally with the help of demonstration and research programmes that covered 8 experiences.
Newsletters
Our regular Newsletters inform about the progress of the project, work process, findings and give indepth insight into designing, planning and implementing new and more flexible transport services.
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Newsletter 1
Barriers for Public Transport for Rural Areas.
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NL 3
Newsletter 3
Transferrability of integrated Transport Systems & Cross Site Evaluation
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Newsletter 2
Testing Rural Transport under Isolated Conditions
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New: Newsletter 4
Excerpts of the Handbook
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Demonstrations
Demand based services organised by local people supported by authorities, combined with comprehensive information measures. The systems are implemented for inhabitants and tourists as well.

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Greece
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Conference
A final Conference was held jointly between ARTS and the UK Community Transport Association on Wednesday 8th September 2004 at Keele Hall, part of the Keele University Campus in Staffordshire, UK. The event, entitled "Integrated Rural Transport Solutions in Europe - A Practical Approach to Planning, Operation and Evaluation of Integrated Transport Systems in Low-Density Rural Areas" has publicised and promoted one of the key project deliverables - the ARTS Handbook.
The Rural Transport Handbook for Operators and Transport Planners
A Practical Approach to the Planning, Operation and Evaluation of Integrated Transport Systems in Low-Density Rural Areas.
Available in several languages
Barriers
which cause hindrance, delays or obstacles in the process of designing, planning and implementing new and more flexible transport services. read more
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