Following President Jean-Claude Juncker’s announcement of a new ‘Africa – Europe Alliance for sustainable investment and jobs’ during his State of the Union speech in September, the first meeting of the transport task force on aviation takes place today in Brussels.
A technology called Hesop, which significantly reduces energy consumption by trains and metros, is being rolled out around the globe, following successful prototyping within the RE-USE LIFE project. RE-USE ran between 2012 and 2018.
Now marks an exciting time for mobility in Aberdeen (UK) – a number of major initiatives are on the horizon for making car-free transport easier in Scotland’s third largest city.
EUCAD 2019 is the only conference in Europe that brings together political leaders from the European Commission and Member States with high-level representatives of industry and road authorities to discuss all the major challenges related to automated mobility.
This article takes a look at recent annual and quarterly statistics on rail passenger transport in the European Union (EU).
In 2017, 1.043 billion passengers travelled by air in the European Union (EU), up by 7% compared with 2016 and by 39% compared with 2009. Over this period, air passenger transport has steadily risen in the EU.