Innovation and Networks Executive Agency


INEA ceased operations on 31 March 2021. The European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) was established on 1 April 2021 to take over its legacy portfolio as well as additional EU funding programmes.

Find below a list of the latest news items related to the INEA and the programs it manages. Consult the Events section for Agency-related happenings.


06 July 2011
Spanish intermodal freight terminals will become a reality
Boost to comodality from TEN-T programme
06 July 2011
Italian airport of Malpensa to improve connections between terminals
TEN-T programme finances connection between terminals of Italian Malpensa Airport
05 July 2011
Spain to receive EU co-funding for its high speed rail network
Spanish rail receives boost from TEN-T programme
05 July 2011
Austrian intermodal node to become a reality
Intermodality fostered by TEN-T Programme
01 July 2011
Inauguration of French dam outlines impact of EU TEN-T financing
TEN-T funding improving transport infrastructure
29 June 2011
TEN-T: EC makes €180 million available for key infrastructure projects
Multi-Annual Calls announced
23 June 2011
Good Practice Working Group questionnaire for TEN-T beneficiaries launched
Questionnaire to help Agency improve practices
23 June 2011
2011 TEN-T Info Day less than a week away!
Landmark event coming soon
16 June 2011
EU funded study to foster multimodality in Lisbon
Priority Project 8 to receive a boost
16 June 2011
Study to expand Port of Amsterdam capacity to receive EU support
Innovative PPP scheme to be used to finance infrastructure
15 June 2011
Better maritime transport in the Baltic Sea thanks to EU co-funded project
Key project underway in Nordic countries
10 June 2011
Swedish port modernisation becomes a reality, helped by EU co-financing
Inauguration event for TEN-T supported project
08 June 2011
German lock basin to be partly financed by EU
Inland waterway network to be improved and to become more competitive
25 May 2011
Study to build key road link in Slovenia to receive EU funding
TEN-T Programme impacting mobility in new Member States
25 May 2011
Improved infrastructure for high speed trains between France and Germany
The European Union will finance a project to upgrade a 17.5 km section of French railway