New ICG cruise ferries, W.B. Yeats and a second new cruise ferry currently under construction will significantly increase capacity and support Ireland’s tourism and trading ambitions.
The European Parliament, The Commission and the Council reached an agreement yesterday evening after trilogue negotiations on the outcome of the situation of the United Kingdom on maritime transport after Brexit.
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.
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 European Commission is bringing back its succesful Blue Event. On 24 January innovators in the field of Blue Economy will meet financial community at the match-making event in Malta.
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.
22 new sustainable blue projects have been selected for funding by the European Commission under the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF). 103 companies from 22 countries will share €15.1 million.