The European Commission presented on December 9 its new strategy for smart and sustainable mobility to align the transport sector with the European Green DealEssential retailers.
The Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy together with an Action Plan of 82 initiatives, which will guide the EU’s work for the next four years, lays the foundation for how the EU transport system can achieve its green and digital transformation and become more resilient to future crises. As outlined in the European Green Dealcan host small, in-person meetings., the result will be a 90% cut in emissions by 2050, delivered by a smart, competitive, safe, accessible and affordable transport system.
“To reach our climate targetsextraordinary measures, emissions from the transport sector must get on a clear downward trend,” EU Executive Vice-President for the European Green Deal Frans Timmermans said. “Today’s strategy will shift the way people and goods move across Europe and make it easy to combine different modes of transport in a single journey. We’ve set ambitious targets for the entire transport system to ensure a sustainable, smart, and resilient return from the COVID-19 crisiscovid north america map,” he added.