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.
Transport Research Arena (TRA) is the foremost European transport event that covers all transport modes and all aspects of mobility. It is the largest European research and technology conference on transport and mobility.
The theme for TRA 2024 is “Transport Transitions: Advancing Sustainable and Inclusive 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.
Extraordinary G7 Transport Ministerial welcomes EU maritime operation to safeguard Red Sea maritime security
G7 Transport Ministers expressed strong condemnation of the attacks carried out by the Houthis against commercial vessels and navy ships in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.
Commission welcomes provisional agreement on tackling ship-source pollution to help make European seas cleaner
The Commission welcomes the political agreement between the European Parliament and the Council on the amendment of Directive 2005/35/EC on ship-source pollution and on the introduction of penalties for pollution offences.
The Commission welcomes the political agreement reached today between the European Parliament and the Council on the investigation of maritime accidents, modernising a 2009 Directive.
Focus on urban public transport – first set of recommendations adopted by the Expert Group on Urban Mobility (EGUM)
During its last plenary meeting on 16 January the Commission Expert Group on Urban Mobility (EGUM) adopted its first set of recommendations to the European Commission, primarily influenced by the recent work of the EGUM members on public transport and shared mobility.
In a bid to strengthen cooperation in the transport field, Commissioner Adina Vălean and Moldova’s Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Andrei Spînu today launched the EU-Moldova high-level dialogue on transport.
The Commission adopted a proposal to improve traffic management on the EU’s rivers and canals.