Possibilities of Intermodal Passenger Transport between Split Airport and Islands
AbstractA substantial number of passengers landing at Split Airportduring the tourist season continue their journey to the destinationson the central Dalmatian islands. Today the transfer isdone mainly through the ferry port in Split. The insufficient capacitiesof roads from the airport to the city centre which accommodatesthe ferry port and waiting for the embarkation onthe ferries and the transport itself to the islands and the finaldestinations take much longer than the air transport itself toSplit. The paper studies the possible improvements of the existingcondition as well as the construction completion and openingto traffic of the passenger sea port next to Split Airport whichwould provide a much better solution of passenger transfer tothe islands.
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Sveuciliste u Zagrebu, Fakultet prometnih znanosti,
Technical documentation of Split Airport, 1998
Statistics of Split Airport
Group of authors: Zracna luka Split- Razvojni plan,
Tehnicka dokumentacija Zracne luke Split, 1998
Roguljic S.: Izgradnja pomorskogputnickog terminala uz
zracnu luku Split, Zracna luka Split, 2002
Statistics of the Split Port Authorities
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