With its environmental, social and economic advantages, rail is a fitting response to the challenges of mass passenger and freight mobility. It plays a major role in the decarbonisation of the economy and thus contributes to the preservation of the planet.
CER, EIM, and Unife want to extend the initiative until the end of 2022 due to disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Against the background of restrictions related to combatting coronavirus, only a few industries and markets can boast of updated records and positive vision of the future. One of such success stories in 2020 is the Eurasian railway route.
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
The considerable increase in China-Europe railway shipping volumes has positively influenced the development of the entire Russian transport system over the past few years. Enhancing Russia’s transport and transit potential will increase the revenue of manufacturing/processing companies, the budget and the income of employees and have major geopolitical implications
Environmental agenda permeates all spheres of human activity, and rail transport is no exception. In an effort to defend its position, railway transport is adapting to changes, where environmental friendliness and sustainable development are increasingly important
The European Commission has invited expressions of interest in becoming founding members of a new European Partnership on Rail Research & Innovation, which is being put forward as a successor to the current Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking