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European Commission Presents New Mobility Strategy

The European Commission has presented its Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy together with an action plan of 82 initiatives that will guide the Commission’s work in the transport sector over the next four years

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Digitizing Europe’s Railways: a Call to Action

The future of train traffic is digital. To accelerate the digitization of Europe’s railways — and thus secure the future of its railroad industry — stakeholders must change the way the industry operates

Report
02.03.2021
Report
02.03.2021
International Transport Corridors in the Eurasian Space: Development of Meridional Routes

Development of North — South ITC faces some fundamental challenges: a limited cargo base, fragmented essence of the route at the current stage, various interests of states. However the prospects for future development are attractive

Article
02.02.2021
Can France Double Rail Freight Volumes in 10 Years?

This summer an alliance of French rail freight operators presented an ambitious plan to double rail freight volumes over the next 10 years

Report
01.27.2021
Report
01.27.2021
Climate Action Pays Off in Transportation and Logistics

T&L companies that are pursuing tangible plans to reduce emissions have generated superior total shareholder return, according to BCG analysis. But to ensure economic sustainability, T&L players should move quickly to incorporate environmental sustainability into their business model and long-term strategies

Article
01.26.2021
Kazakhstan: the New EU Green Gateway to East Asia

European Union is revising the TEN-T rail freight corridors under the new Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy, so the effective connection of the Eurasian rail routes with the EU Core Backbone Network is a key priority

Article
01.13.2021
Middle Corridor Struggles to Find Its Way Across Eurasia

Central Asia, the Caucasus, Turkey, and Eastern Europe have great industrial infrastructure potential for the development of a rail Middle Corridor. But without China’s geoeconomic policy push, there is therefore still little economic rationale behind the development of corridor

Source: The Diplomat