Sustainable urban mobility indicators are a useful tool for cities and urban areas to identify the strengths and weaknesses of their mobility system...
With the Paris climate agreement in force, the EU is more than ever committed to a global transition towards a low carbon economy. Local and regional...
In the field of urban mobility research, an extensive range of research, applied research and demonstration activities have been financed over recent...
What do we want to achieve ?
The European Commission is working to improve citizens' quality of life and strengthen the economy by promoting sustainable urban mobility and increased use of clean and energy efficient vehicles.
New political challenges have emerged in recent years. Climate change, energy policy, air quality legislation and the difficulties of tackling congestion are just some examples. The objective now is to enhance mobility while at the same time reducing congestion, accidents and pollution in European cities.
Commission invites cities to express their interest to become part of European Mission ”100 Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities by 2030”
The European Commission today updated the EU Air Safety List, which is the list of airlines that are subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European Union as they do not meet international safety standards.
EU proposes blacklisting of transport operators involved in facilitating the smuggling or trafficking of people
Vacancy for one post of Administrative Assistant (Contract Agent – FGII) in the Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking
The deadline for applications is 13/12/2021, 23:59 (Central European Time/ Brussels time)
Deadline extended: Call for applications for the selection of members of the sub-group 3 "Forgiving roadsides and self explaining and self enforcing roads"
Road safety: European Commission rewards effective initiatives and publishes 2020 figures on road fatalities