As of January 2014, the European Union has a new transport infrastructure policy that connects the continent between East and West, North and South. This policy aims to close the gaps between Member States' transport networks, remove bottlenecks that still hamper the smooth functioning of the internal market and overcome technical barriers such as incompatible standards for railway traffic. It promotes and strengthens seamless transport chains for passenger and freight, while keeping up with future technological trends. This project will help the economy in its recovery and growth, with a budget of €26 billion up to 2020.
Last Marco Polo II Call finances 27 projects 19/05/2014
Financial Engineering Workshop 27/11/2013
Ten-t Days 2013: Connecting Europe "On the move to the new Ten-t"16/10/2013 - 18/10/2013
TEN-T Days 2011 "Connecting Europe: Putting Europe's economy on the move", Antwerp29/11/2011 - 30/11/2011
Commission Working Document: Consultation on the Future Trans-European Transport Network04/05/2010 - 15/09/2010