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Construire la territorialité à partir d'une infrastructure pour la mobilité ? L'exemple de la ligne des Alpes

Abstract : In this proposition we analyse the expectations stakeholders develop about territories and the different visions they have about the relationship between planning and mobility, especially concerning the regional railway system and its potential in terms of servicing metropolitan territories. We show, moreover, how the proximity between researchers and territorial stakeholders brings representations and reciprocal expectations to emerge. The proposed communication is based on an interdisciplinary action-research conducted within the pole Innovation and Mountain Territories (Labex ITEM) of the Grenoble-Alpes University in collaboration with local stakeholders (representatives of institutions, economic and associative networks, inhabitants, etc.). The research, ongoing, focuses on the role of the regional railway line Grenoble-Veynes-Gap in the construction of the Grenoble metropolis. We formulate the hypothesis that the threat of dismissing the line is bringing out more clearly the expectations and the needs of peripheral metropolitan territories in the context of the current French territorial reorganization.
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Gabriella Trotta-Brambilla, Karine Basset, Anne Coste, Dominique Dalga, Nicolas Dubus. Construire la territorialité à partir d'une infrastructure pour la mobilité ? L'exemple de la ligne des Alpes. CIST2016 - En quête de territoire(s) ?, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2016, Grenoble, France. pp.463-470. ⟨hal-01353624⟩



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