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New EU urban mobility framework

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The European Green Deal (COM(2019)640) and Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy (COM(2020)789), adopted in 2019 and 2020 respectively, provide a new EU framework for the overall direction of EU transport policy for the years to come and identify the importance of urban mobility in the context of the green and digital transitions. The revision of the current policy framework, the EU 2013 ‘urban mobility package’, is included in the Action Plan annexed to the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy. The Strategy also set the milestone that, by 2030, there will be at least 100 climate-neutral cities in Europe.

The results of the evaluation of the EU 2013 ‘urban mobility package’ (SWD(2021)0047) published in February 2021 demonstrate that further EU action on urban mobility is needed to upgrade the EU sustainable urban mobility toolkit in order to respond to the growing challenges (CO2 and air pollutant emissions, congestion, road casualties, resilience of transport network), and to contribute to the increasingly ambitious climate, digital and societal objectives in line with commitments of the EU.

Similarly, the Court of Auditors in their Special report 06/2020 on the EU urban mobility policy and funding called for a revision of the EU urban mobility policy pointing to the need for legislative action in relation to the adoption of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) in the EU urban nodes of the core and comprehensive TEN-T networks, including their surrounding areas, and the collection and submission of data on urban mobility. This initiative is included in the Commission planning (PLAN/2020/8676) for delivery in Q32021.

New EU urban mobility framework.pdf 
Auteurs: European Commission

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