The concept of land is useful for replacing the classic notion of land ownership in certain situations – especially as far as public land and the implementation of soft grid in dense urban areas are concerned. It goes from theory to practice in particular thanks to EOLE. This concept confirms the idea of the global, qualitative, spatial offer of sustainable multimodality as a condition for the realisation of EOLE itself. The idea is that the route and the offer articulated around the railway must be global and no longer sequenced, in particular from the point of view of the spatial quality of the routes necessary for the realization of the whole journey. Globally, the journey is well identified for the operational chain of its commercial management (the purchase) and for its functional realisation. However, this is not enough: the realisation in a clear and qualitative environment – from departure point to arrival point – should be considered as well. Considering this factor, also the connection of the missing links between two station poles need to be considered and created. The relationship with the infrastructure is therefore essential both as a support for new uses and as a visual – and sometimes sound-related – horizon for users, and also for the inhabitants of the lands that we cross. All this must be integrated into a fluid chain and it must be given such value that in the future we will all prefer to take the train, thus highlighting the collective aspect, rather than the individuality of a trip by car.