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We used the following idea for our classification. ) or huge agglomerations (Greater Manchester, Ruhrgebiet) based on population density and the total number of inhabitants. After this we made a classification for big towns (Marseilles, Frankfurt, Zurich) or smaller agglomerations (Rhône-area with Lyon) based on density, total inhabitants and distance to the next metropolitan area. Then we tried to identify suburban areas around these two classifications (Agglomeration Haarlem, Oberhausen, Halle-Vilvoorde) based on density, total inhabitants and distance to the next agglomeration.

Transport sector within the Expected impact : EU "eco-points" better competition between operators of different countries. g. "eco-points" must be paid when crossing a routes (*) country, in proportion to the degree of pollution produced by each truck). g. Austria prior to its integration into the EU 45 C. Transport pricing policies Policy name Cost internalisation Description Optimal pricing of transport for every mode, taking external cost into Variable by which the policy could Distance class Type of be modelled transport increase in transport costs (*) all account : Passenger and freight congestion costs ; environmental costs (emissions, noise) ; safety costs.

The Figures 1 and 2 show the classification for NUTS3 zones of Europe. ). This classification of area types, using NUTS3 population density, but also population size and proximity to large centres, was chosen for the EXPEDITE meta-model for passenger transport. The meta-model itself operates at the NUTS2 level. For application in the metamodel, the percentage of the population of the NUTS2 zone in each of the seven area types at the NUTS3 level was calculated. 000 and DENSITY >= 200)) • Area Type 4 (light blue): Very densely populated area next to densely populated area DENSITY >= 200 and distance to area of type 1 < 20 km • Area Type 5 (violet): medium population density area DENSITY >= 150 • Area Type 6 (green): low population density area DENSITY >= 50 • Area Type 7 (yellow): Very low population density area DENSITY > 0.

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