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Bodies and objectives
European transport policy aims to reconcile the growing mobility needs of citizens with the requirements of sustainable development. In this regard, it is also related to the development of the internal market and the opening up of competition, to conditions for innovation and to the integration of transport networks. The issue of user safety and protection is also crucial for the transport sector. In addition, different European Union specialist agencies work towards achieving these objectives.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF TRANSPORT POLICIES
- Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area: Towards a competitive and resource efficient transport system
- Green Paper: Towards a new culture for urban mobility
- Keep Europe moving - Sustainable mobility for our continent. Mid-term review of the 2001 White PaperArchives
- White paper: European transport policy for 2010Archives
- Freight transport logistics in Europe
- Cohesion and transport
- Internalisation of external transport costs
AGENCIES AND BODIES
- Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency
- European railway agency
- European GNSS Agency
- Accession to the Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail (OTIF)Archives
- Maritime safety: European Maritime Safety Agency
- Civil aviation and the European Aviation Safety Agency
- European Energy and Transport Forum