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Mobility and Transport

Mobility and transport



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.

From bringing transport emissions down to fully exploiting digital technologies for greater efficiency, safety and convenience; showing solidarity with Ukraine; supporting the EU’s transport sector as it recovered from the impacts of COVID-19; and creating the very best conditions for Europe’s travelling public and transport workers – find out all about the highlights from the last 4.5 years.

The EU is the only area in the world where passengers are protected by a full set of rights - whether they travel by air, rail, ship or bus and coach. Find out more and be prepared for your next trip!


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The EU and Ukraine decided today to prolong and update their current road transport Agreement. Implemented due to lost transport routes and export markets east of Ukraine caused by the Russian aggression, the agreement supports the EU-Ukraine Solidarity Lanes.