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This book addresses the role of railways in urban development. The central aim
is to inquire into how especially the development of high-speed rail and light
rail links will affect European cities. The analyses are carried out with
special attention given to the broader institutional environment of the railway
system, including the shift toward privatised railway companies,
internationalisation, the occurrence of market and government failures in land
markets, and private-public partnerships in the development of railway station
areas. The essence of the plans to invest in railway stations is that railway
stations are not considered merely as nodes where people transfer from one
vehicle to another, but also as places where spatial concentrations of high
value activity are recognised as having a positive impact on cities. The
development of real estate near stations is increasingly seen as a negotiation
process in which both public and private actors play certain roles to
revitalise central urban areas.