Relations with the African continent should be a priority for Brussels, but despite significant trade (about 300 billion euros in 2019), interconnections between European and African transport systems are still limited and insufficient
Rail transport and alternative fuels are the areas which the investments of the innovative 200 million euro financial instrument launched by the EU Commission and the EIB will focus on.
Completion of the Trans-European Networks? It will have extremely positive repercussions for all the Member States, as confirmed by a study commissioned by the EU
The European Union and Beijing met in April primarily to develop joint projects in the transport and connectivity area.
On 19 March, the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (Dg Move) published a “scoreboard” on its website in which each Member State is given a score based on nine specific indicators, plus a general one. Italy is at the bottom of the list in terms of efficiency of rail and port services. On the other hand, the national positioning in research and sustainability is excellent
In a recently published report, the European Court of Auditors analyzed the development and current critical factors of the high-speed rail network.
The Juncker Commission proposes long-term objectives for European mobility, based on the pillars of environmental sustainability, safety and interconnection of infrastructure and vehicles
Il più importante appuntamento fieristico sulle tecnologie di trasporto