Brussels seeks to co-ordinate urban mobility plans

Cities need a more unified approach to urban transport and the environmental and congestion problems it brings, says European Commission

Cities need a more unified approach to urban transport and the environmental and congestion problems it brings, the EU executive says in a new urban mobility package issued on Tuesday.

The package does not contain any legislative plans. Instead, the European Commission urges member states to reassess their approach to urban transport, sets out guidance and promises to help with the exchange of best practice.

Urban mobility is the responsibility of member states, but is key to the EU meeting its transport goals and Brussels wants to avoid fragmented approaches.

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