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.
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As part of Mobility Package I, a new set of rules for the road transport sector became applicable across the EU. To help the sector correctly apply these rules, the Commission services prepared a set of guidance documents available here.
The Commission has selected 135 transport infrastructure projects for EU grants, from 399 project proposals submitted under the CEF
Road transport agreements to secure supply chains were signed yesterday, together with an understanding on updating Ukraine’s indicative TEN-T network to improve infrastructure connections between Ukraine and EU.
Transport Commissioner Adina Vălean is participating in the three-day ConnectingEurope Days in Lyon.
The Commission proposed yesterday temporary rules on Ukrainian driving documents to allow Ukrainian citizens to continue to use their Ukrainian driving licence.
The deadline for applications is 24/06/2022 at 23:59 (Central European Time/ Brussels time)
Almost 300 people per year die in crashes at level crossings, representing around 30% of all railway deaths.