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.
INEA has received 238 project proposals by the deadline of 16 January for eight topics in the areas of waterborne transport, logistics, aviation, transport infrastructure and safety under the Mobility for Growth call.
The Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) invites transport stakeholders for a passenger multimodality workshop dedicated to the following two studies: 1) Remaining challenges for EU-wide Integrated Ticketing and Payment Systems and 2)Passenger rights in the multimodal context.
Update: The non-opposition to a notified concentration has been published in the OJ.
In 2017, rail freight transport in the European Union (EU) increased by 13 billion tonne-kilometres compared with 2016, reaching 416 billion tonne-kilometres.
This article takes a look at recent annual and quarterly statistics on rail passenger transport in the European Union (EU).