Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area - White Paper on a Sustainable and Competitive Transport
The video clip announces in an imaginative and futuristic way the publication of the White Paper on the Future of Transport published on 28 March 2011. It encourages viewers to visit our website where they will find 50 facts and figures characteristic of the state of transport in Europe today. In addition they will find out more about the measures proposed to create a sustainable and competitive European transport for the future. This includes improving our infrastructure, adopting new legislation to achieve the internal market, supporting new technologies that will enable us to better manage our traffic and developing clean vehicles.

European Transport, Research and Innovation
The EC launches the "Research and innovation for Europe's future mobility initiative", which aims at speeding up the deployment of new transport means and solutions

Making roads safer than ever before
100 000 lives saved over the last 10 years. Let's keep the trend by 2020!

Trailer: High-speed lines. A journey through Europe.
"High-speed Lines" is a human-orientated documentary about the growing success of high-speed trains and its extending network throughout Europe. Listen to the stories of train passengers and train professionals: stories about speed, comfort, punctuality, new technology and environmental-friendly solutions. The continuously expanding network of high-speed trains is a key element to establish an efficient Trans-European Network for Transport (TEN-T). A whole new industry has been emerging which will give the economy, employment, competitiveness, technological development and further unification of Europe a tremendous boost."

Do the right mix
Want to make the most of your time, save money, make your city more liveable, AND do something for your health? Then 'Do the Right Mix'! When you combine different modes of transport for each journey, you will contribute to a more sustainable urban mobility. Watch the short video to find out how you can make small changes to your transport usage habits that could have significant benefits both for you and for the city you live in. The European Commission's Sustainable Urban Mobility campaign is linked to the European Mobility Week, which runs from 16 to 22 September every year and culminates in the 'In Town Without My Car!' day. The campaign is managed by the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport and funded through the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme -- the EU's support programme for non-technological actions in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources.