Public consultation has opened on the EC's CountEmissions EU initiative, which will offer a framework for calculating transport and logistics-related door-to door greenhouse gas emissions.
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SHOW is the flagship pan-European initiative that is piloting autonomous vehicles (AVs) and working to define a tipping point in AV development timelines to make them a reality of tomorrow. Building upon the 13 relevant use cases identified in the former SPACE project, it is focused on concretising the formula for the…
A coalition of transport stakeholders have released a joint statement calling for public transport and active mobility to be placed at the heart of the future EU Urban Mobility Framework.
To celebrate World Car Free Day on 22 September 2021, TIER is giving away one million free rides for new riders in order to highlight the alternatives to polluting vehicles.
The European Commissioner for Transport has also revealed that the Commission will look to implement so-called “polluter-pays” principles into place.
Three transport organisations have laid out what they see as the base principle for European authorities looking to advance their transport services in the future.
The new strategy will back the innovative modes of travel as well as setting ambitious targets for zero-emissions vehicles on Europe's roads by 2050.
Under the scheme, transport companies will be entitled to compensation in the form of grants for damages incurred by COVID-19 and the national lockdown between 1 March and 31 August 2020.
The European Commission has launched the consultation to better understand how the EU can help the transport sector to become more sustainable, competitive, modern and resilient to crises.
In a bid to encourage the transition towards a climate-neutral economy, the European Commission and EIB have presented a proposal for a public sector loan facility for green investments, such as those related to public transport.
As part of EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK 2019, in which 3,100 towns and cities registered to take part in, the European Commission has now announced the winners of four sustainable mobility awards.
The European Green Capital and Green Leaf Awards have announced that nine cities - Elsinore, Gabrovo, Lappeenranta, Nyborg, Ringkøbing-Skjern, Dijon, Grenoble, Tallinn and Turin - are all candidates to become Europe's most sustainable cities.
The Commission has set up a sub-group to develop common cybersecurity processes needed for communication between vehicles and infrastructures.
As e-bus use becomes more popular, charging stations must also keep up with the speed of development - to ensure this remains safe, effective and efficient charging stations will soon be subject to regular testing.
Arno Kerkhof, UITP’s Bus Transport Unit Leader, explains how a mix of BRT, innovative policy and political drive have the potential to turn the fortunes of the bus sector around.