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Changes to everyday mobility have become, in the last two decades, one of the key problems of European social, spatial and transport policy.

Choosing rail as a means of transport depends on factors such as time and comfort during the journey as well as its price. Availability and reliability are understood as a certainty of starting a journey, while the achievement of a final destination within the assumed time frame a crucial point. 
As infrastructure shapes mobility, the key to the decarbonisation of transport and its dependence on oil reserves is developing not only new technologies in the field of alternative systems of powering motor vehicles, but also necessary powering motor vehicles infrastructure.No changes can be possible without ...