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.
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With transport systems across the world trying to regain trust among riders, new data published by Reuters suggests their efforts may be in vain.
Green transport projects, such as hydrogen bus trials, have contributed to a fall in pollutants in the EU, but the EEA has its sights on even lower levels
The strategy is part of the European Green Deal, which aims to achieve a 90 per cent reduction in transport emissions by 2050.
The projects aim to help reboot the economy post COVID-19, build missing transport links across the continent, support sustainable transport and create jobs.
Benelux transport ministers have called on the European Commission, EU member states and regional authorities to embrace and promote cycling as part of the sustainable recovery from COVID-19, offering a series of recommendations.
Dominik Elsmann, Head of Department for Cross-border Public Transport at Aachener Verkehrsverbund (AVV) GmbH – the transport authority for the Aachen City region and the Düren and Heinsberg districts in Germany – gives an update on how AVV is progressing in developing an efficient cross-border ticketing system, and how this…
When the pilots are finalised, the cities and any third-party procurers will consider initiating a public follow-up procurement in 2021 based on the insights gained from the FABULOS project.
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 Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) has announced the launch of the ‘EIT Crisis Response Initiative,’ including a specific call for innovators to develop urban mobility solutions to challenges presented by COVID-19.
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.
UITP Europe has brought together more than 80 CEOs and city representatives to call for the urban public transport sector to be included in the EU’s COVID-19 recovery plan.