The European Court of Auditors is conducting an audit of EU support for the network of roads connecting Member States and regions. The auditors will examine whether the European Commission’s actions and funding are ensuring that Member States remain on track to complete the network on time and improve connectivity for citizens.
The average occupancy rate in commuter traffic is only around 1.2 people per car in Germany. This is where “JobRide” can make a difference.
Towns and cities across Europe and further afield can now register their participation in EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK 2019.
In Madrid (Spain), the public transport authority (Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid – CRTM) is working to introduce Mobility as a Service (MaaS), and the Spanish capital’s involvement in CIVITAS ECCENTRIC is helping them to achieve this aim.
18 companies backed by the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot and working in the fields of electric mobility, connected transportation, and intelligent supply chains explore business opportunities with MAN Truck & Bus on 19 March in Munich.