Mobility practices are increasingly based on complementary use of modes of transport. At the interface between the article R311-1 du Code de la route ; soit essentiellement les poids lourds (camions et autocars), les voitures et camionnettes (véhicules personnels et véhicules utilitaires) et les deux-roues (deux-roues motorisés et vélos).">vehicle and public transport, parking, and in particular park and ride parking, is an essential component of multimodality .

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Sareco works regularly on the theme of feeder services, supporting its customers both in the development of deployment strategies for the intermodal offer, in the definition of management methods and the technical and economic feasibility of projects.

Seen from the standpoint of parking, intermodality concerns the places where the traveler abandons his individual vehicle (car, bike, motorized two-wheeler, scooter, etc.) to use urban or interurban public transport.

Stations are important poles of attraction. The organization of parking thus presents a particular challenge, which can include up to several thousand places in the largest French stations.

Park and rides are tools enabling a local authority to orient mobility practices within its territory.

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