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This study provides a comprehensive insight into the current economic and legal state of combined transport (CT) operations in the European Union (EU) including all CT sectors and combinations.
The EU's TEN-T programme will contribute over EUR 15 million towards the development and installation of the common European train control system (ETCS) in Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark and the UK.
While road transport within the EU is harmonized and thus based on common EU rules, road transport between the EU and non-EU countries (third countries) is still largely based on bilateral agreements between the individual Member States and the third countries. However, with certain countries the EU has concluded agreements which take precedence over the bilateral agreements.
Commissioner Bulc and Transport Ministers of the Alpine states sign declaration to promote sustainable transport in the region
The European Commission welcomes the agreement between France and Italy to move ahead with the Lyon-Turin project
France and Italy have formally agreed to go ahead with the Lyon-Turin project, which will pave the way for the construction of the 57km long base tunnel.