Mobility and Transport

Clean transport, Urban transport

Ex-post evaluation of EU financial support to sustainable urban mobility and to the use of alternative fuels in EU urban areas

Ex-post evaluation of EU financial support to sustainable urban mobility and to the use of alternative fuels in EU urban areas

Ex-post evaluation of EU financial support to sustainable urban mobility and to the use of alternative fuels in EU urban areas
Consultation period: 
27/11/2015
19/02/2016

Ex-post evaluation of EU financial support to sustainable urban mobility and to the use of alternative fuels in EU urban areas

Consultation period: 27/11/2015 - 19/02/2016

Results

Consultation period

This consultation will last for 12 weeks. Questionnaires should be returned by 19 February 2016 at the very latest.

Objectives of the consultation

Sustainable urban mobility and the use of alternative fuels have become increasingly important in the context of transport policy. This importance has been acknowledged by the 2011 and 2001 White Papers on Transport. In particular, the 2011 White Paper included a set of measures aiming at reducing emissions for transport by 60% by 2050.

Therefore important financial contributions have been allocated to actions in these sectors over the two previous budgetary periods. It is necessary to appraise the effectiveness of these contributions to ensure the proper use of funds to be allowed to these sectors in the future.

To this end, the Commission has launched an evaluation study intended to measure the effects of the EU support allowed to actions aimed at promoting sustainable urban mobility and the use of alternative fuels in the EU urban areas over the two latest financial perspectives (2000-2006 and 2007-2013) under the different financial tools (ERDF, including INTERREG, CF, LIFE, CIVITAS Initiative, 1EE/STEER, TEN-T, EIB instruments, the 5th, 6th and 7nd framework programme).

This public consultation is an important element of the stakeholder consultation.

Questions and answers

Contributions may be submitted in any official EU language.

To facilitate dissemination of views, you may consider submitting your contribution, or a summary thereof, in the English language. The responder information and multiple choice questions are required. If any of the corresponding mandatory fields have not been filled in, the system will redirect you to the incomplete answer before allowing submission.

Structure of this questionnaire

This online questionnaire is divided into 2 parts:

Part A: Respondent information

Part B: Respondent view on the content

Report on results

Following the public consultation, a report will be made publicly available on this page.

Important notice

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Disclaimer

Please note that this document has been drafted for information and consultation purposes only. It has not been adopted or in any way approved by the European Commission and should not be regarded as representative of the views of Commission staff. It does not in any way prejudge, or constitute the announcement of, any position on the part of the Commission on the issues covered. The European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided, nor does it accept responsibility for any use made thereof.