The transformative power of 5G networks is being tested across the world, and a new report shows that transport-specific pilots are rife.
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The ban of traffic in the centre of the city has seen a reduction in rush hour traffic, air and noise pollution levels, and the safety of the zone increase.
Smog costs the EU billions of euros, damages the environment and has been found responsible for one in 10 premature deaths across the globe.
During the InnoTrans 2018 Opening Ceremony, European Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc, outlined her vision of the transport sector’s future, emphasising the importance of multimodality and cooperation as tools for inclusivity and innovation.
The new ‘stackable’ mode of transport is expected to help reduce congestion and pollution, whilst complementing public transport.
UITP achieves top ranking in Horizon’s official statistics – a sign of the internationally recognised role the association plays in the field of transport research and innovation.
‘Europe on the Move’ measures have reached the final stage, meaning the European Commission is close to ensuring safe, clean, connected and autonomous mobility across the continent…
Paris, Brussels and Madrid have challenged a regulation in the interest of cleaning their cities’ air, protecting citizens health and honouring the Paris Agreement...
Proposed budgets have been made by the European Commission, demonstrating the distribution of funding for different sectors…
As the European Commission prepares to release its draft post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework, UITP pushes for better investment in cleaner urban mobility...
5 December 2016 | By
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and European Commission have presented a new “Cleaner Transport Facility” (CTF) which aims to financing the decarbonisation of the European transport sector.
Three years after the EU Regulation on Bus and Coach Passenger Rights came into force, the European Commission (EC) published a report about the first experiences of passengers, national authorities and the industry. Andras Mogyoro, Legal Officer at the Passenger Rights Unit of the EC, presents this report in the…
Belgrade’s new e-bus network; a global overview of the full-electric bus market; exploring wireless technology benefits on buses; development of the European Bus and Coach Passenger Rights regulation, creating a fair deal for Scotland’s bus users; and a look at the EBSF_2 project are all topics in our Bus Supplement...
9 May 2016 | By
The European Commission has approved an investment of over €368 million for the construction of line 3 of the Sofia metro in Bulgaria.
27 January 2016 | By
A European Disability Forum (EDF) delegation met with the EU Commissioner for Transport and Mobility to discuss recent UN findings on recommendations to protect and promote accessible transport for people with disabilities.