In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the EU stands in solidarity with Ukraine. The EU is acting swiftly and decisively to put an end to Russia’s aggression by imposing wide-ranging sanctions and measures. In parallel, it is supporting the Ukrainian people by providing financial, military and humanitarian assistance. This page collects information on transport measures.
Urban Mobility Days will bring together politicians, local authorities, industry, and urban transport practitioners with the European Commission to connect, share and discuss the path forward for a sustainable, innovative, and equitable future for Europe’s urban mobility.
Connecting Europe Days will bring together politicians, financial institutions, industry representatives, transport stakeholders and the European Commission to discuss concrete measures and exchange good practices on creating a fully decarbonised, resilient, seamless and digital transport and mobility network in Europe. It will take stock of the ambitious goals set out in the EU Green Deal and the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy.
The Commission has adopted a new set of rules to better manage interoperability between the systems and constituents used to provide air traffic management (ATM) and air navigation services (ANS).
Sustainable and energy-efficient mobility are the focus of this year’s European Mobility Week, which kicks off in 3000 towns and cities in 50 countries.
A Commission evaluation of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European Union Aviation Safety Agency (‘EASA’) has given a positive appraisal of EASA’s performance and added value.
Alternative fuels infrastructure: €352 million in EU funding for low-and zero-emission transport projects
The Commission announced 26 projects from 12 Member States that will receive funding to install alternative fuels infrastructure along the trans-European transport network (TEN-T).
The Commission published a package of revised technical standards to improve rail interoperability across borders – the so-called ‘Technical Specifications for Interoperability’ (TSIs).
Solidarity Lanes: European Commission team of experts visits Romania to discuss capacity of Danube corridor
The programme includes visits to the port facilities and meetings with authorities, operators, transporters and traders. The discussions will focus on means to tackle bottlenecks, increase handling capacity, improve transit and streamline procedures and controls.