The link between urban regeneration and the (re-)development of transport systems, in particular rail, is evident in many cities in Europe. Combining investments in transportation systems with urban regeneration takes place, for example, in Paris (Promenade plantée), Lyon (La Part Dieu), Zurich (HB), Stuttgart and Amsterdam. This is often driven by the attempt to pursue two objectives simultaneously: the implementation of technological innovations, which are required for improving the transportation system; and the wish of the landowner, often a railway company, to develop property in the area (Lami et al., 2005).