Thursday 16 December 2021

The European Modus project invites you to discover its Deliverable 3.2 ‘Demand and supply scenarios and performance indicators’

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Taking a traveller-centric perspective, this deliverable presents four scenarios and seven future European traveller archetypes by 2040. Download it from

Each scenario focuses on specific aspects envisaged for the future which have the potential to significantly change the transport system as we see it today. They are developed and presented with the related characteristics:

  1. Pre-pandemic recovery (baseline)
  2. European short-haul shift
  3. Growth with strong technological support
  4. Decentralised, remote and digital

Additionally, the deliverable discusses connectivity, performance and intermodal indicators, reviewing the states of the art for each of these and setting the Modus context. These indicator categories are not mutually exclusive, but the section divisions present a practical approach to focusing on these specific types of measurement. The differences between air and rail metrics, and the associated regulatory contexts, is also discussed.

Finally, the deliverable elaborates on the interactions of the results within the other work packages in the Modus project.

The Modus project consortium consists of seven members: Bauhaus Luftfahrt, ENAC, University of Westminster, Innaxis, Skymantics, Eurocontrol and UIC.

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The Modus project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme on the topic SESAR-ER4-10-2019 ATM Role in Intermodal Transport under grant agreement No 891166. It started in June 2020 and will run until November 2022.

To find out more about the Modus project or to contact the project group, please use one of the following channels:

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