EU outlines vision for transport


This image shows an aerial view of roads in Bavaria, Germany, at night.

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The EU has announced a broad new transport plan which aims to slash carbon emissions over the next three decades and focus on emerging technologies like drones and hydrogen aircraft.  

The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, presented its “Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy” on Wednesday.

According to the Commission, its strategy is centered around making Europe’s transport system “sustainable, smart and resilient.” It’s seen as being crucial to the EU’s desire for a 90% cut in transport related greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050.

By 2030, aims for the strategy…


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