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The European Green Deal and the Future of Mobility

On Jul 20, 2020
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Can the German EU Council Presidency @EU2020DE find a way out of transport's Covid crisis and boost sustainable mobility for Europe? @transenv’s William Todts discussed with @KarimaDelli, @AnnaDeparnay and @jalthoffparis at @boellfrance https://t.co/nQOxFLCd7Y
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Transport is one of the sectors that were hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Can the German EU Council Presidency find a way out of the crisis and boost sustainable mobility for Europe? 

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On Jul 20, 2020
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Can the German EU Council Presidency @EU2020DE find a way out of transport's Covid crisis and boost sustainable mobility for Europe? @transenv’s William Todts discussed with @KarimaDelli, @AnnaDeparnay and @jalthoffparis at @boellfrance https://t.co/nQOxFLCd7Y
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The European Green Deal and the Future of Mobility

The European Green Deal and the Future of Mobility

Transport is one of the sectors that were hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Can the German EU Council Presidency find a way out of the crisis and boost sustainable mobility for ...

Ground innovation, part 4: Getting onboard the rail (r)evolution

Ground innovation, part 4: Getting onboard the rail (r)evolution

In the final part of our series on ground transportation, we look at the development of rail technology and distribution.

The Mobility Marketplace opens access to the world of intermodal mobility

The Mobility Marketplace opens access to the world of intermodal mobility

Mobility Marketplace opens up access to the world of intermodal mobility. Public and private transport services combined in one offer.

The future of transportation is mixed

The future of transportation is mixed

Among the many possibilities that exist for the future of transportation, no one has an exact answer, and maybe that's the most accurate answer - a mixed future

Bike, bus, metro, foot: going intermodal

Bike, bus, metro, foot: going intermodal

“Thanks to the Valencia Smart City Platform app, all travellers can check on their smartphone which is the best way to prepare their urban itinerary, by mixing public transport such as ...

Artificial Intelligence in Rail

Artificial Intelligence in Rail

Powerful new AI-enabled applications are helping boost and revive the global rail industry, which has suffered for decades due to lack of innovation, like Artificial Intelligence in Rail.

Mobility as a service

Mobility as a service

[5] MaaS would decrease costs to the user, improve utilization of MaaS transit providers, reduce city congestion as more users adopt MaaS as a main source of transit, and reduce emissions ...

Why we have a love-hate relationship with electric scooters

Why we have a love-hate relationship with electric scooters

Some cities are rolling out ambitious electric scooter sharing schemes, while others have banned them outright. Just how green, and how safe, are e-scooters?

Car-Free Cities in the Future?

Car-Free Cities in the Future?

Future mobility won’t mean flying cars or hypersonic trains. But, it will mean a new mode of consumption. A new model for society. New practices.  The transport sector is the biggest source ...

Looking at the future of rail transport and new mobility services

Looking at the future of rail transport and new mobility services

I am particularly pleased to introduce this “Over the Horizon” series which focuses on the New Mobility Services landscape and its implications for rail transport in the coming 5-10 years.

EIB leveraging finance to connect Europe through cleaner, smarter and safer mobility

EIB leveraging finance to connect Europe through cleaner, smarter and safer mobility

The importance the European Investment Bank (EIB) attaches to the transport sector is reflected in the multiple financing facilities set…

A new ‘stackable’ electric public transport system commences testing

A new ‘stackable’ electric public transport system commences testing

The new ‘stackable’ mode of transport is expected to help reduce congestion and pollution, whilst complementing public transport.

How MaaS will change fleets forever

How MaaS will change fleets forever

A tech-led mobility revolution is about to overtake the planet, changing everything we think we know about personal transportation. Craig Thomas assesses

Rail fare rises are a problem. But bus fares are a far bigger problem

Rail fare rises are a problem. But bus fares are a far bigger problem

In urban areas outside of London, 6 per cent of journeys are by bus, and just 0.5 per cent by rail.