Creating a comfortable intermodal transport hub in Clermont-Ferrand (France)

With about 3.5 m travellers passing through the railway station in Clermont-Ferrand in central France, it is undoubtedly the city’s most important transport hub. The city decided, however, that the improvement of its connections with other forms of transport was essential.

In its 2011 urban mobility plan Clermont-Ferrand  outlined ways to further develop these exchanges.  The project was completed  in January 2015 after nearly 2 years of work. The station now includes direct, accessible and safe links between local and regional public transport, a bike-sharing depot and a taxi rank right outside the entrance.

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