About this initiative

Summary

Enhancing urban mobility while reducing congestion, accidents and pollution is a common challenge to all major cities. For decades the European Commission has been stimulating the development and application of sustainable urban mobility planning approaches and innovative solutions through its policies and funding programmes. In 2013, the Urban Mobility Package set out proposals for relevant action at local, Member State and EU level. Five years after, the Commission will carry out an evaluation

Topic
Transport
Type of act
Staff working document
Category
Evaluation

Roadmap

Feedback: closed
Type

Evaluation and Fitness Check Roadmap
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Feedback period
20 November 2018 - 18 December 2018
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Feedback (20)

  • Dansk Erhverv / Danish Chamber of Commerce (Denmark)
    18 December 2018 Company/business organisation
    Dansk Erhverv / Danish Chamber of Commerce (Denmark)

    The Danish Chamber of Commerce has read the initiative on Urban Mobility and choses to refer to the feedback submitted by EuroeCommerce, which we fully support. We thank the Commission for opening this intiativ up for comments.

  • BACC Bicicleta Club de Catalunya (Spain)
    18 December 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
    BACC Bicicleta Club de Catalunya (Spain)

    The main problem with urban mobility in the EU, within medium and big cities, is excessive car and to a lesser extent excessive motorbike usage. This means traffic jams, air and noise pollution and abuse of the public space by motor vehicles, which can take up to 75% of total available public land area. The best solution is not popular: to restrict the usage of private cars within cities, which automatically improves the perceived utility of...

  • Anonymous (Belgium)
    18 December 2018 EU citizen
    Anonymous (Belgium)

    Dear, I believe the EU should enforce an industry standard for electric car charging technology and offer a lot more charging stations in European cities. This would help cleaning the air in large cities. A lot more can also be done at European level to enforce better regulation, control and limitation of car pollution at manufacturer level. Also, I think we should reduce the speed limit in town to 30 km/h and except for some big roads, give...

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Public consultation

Feedback: upcoming
Planned for
Second quarter 2019

Commission adoption

Type

Staff working document
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Planned for
Fourth quarter 2019

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