The Juncker Commission proposes long-term objectives for European mobility, based on the pillars of environmental sustainability, safety and interconnection of infrastructure and vehicles
As the tax burden is not evenly distributed across the various transport modes, it was decided to revise the Combined Transport Directive (dating from 1992) with the Proposal for a Directive COM(2017)648.
Its approach is to overcome the current cross-border and regional dimension, expanding to a basin perspective that also includes territorial cooperation in non-European countries
The proposal sets out initiatives to reduce the administrative and procedural burdens associated with the implementation of major TEN-T investment projects, the Trans-European Transport Network
The proposed amendment to the Connecting Europe Facility Regulation 1316/2013 provides for simplification and greater flexibility with an increasing focus on the following aspects: decarbonization of transport systems, digitalization and safety