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EC seeks views on new TEN-T policy for meeting future challenges

The European Commission has adopted a Green Paper setting out the future challenges of its policy for a trans-European transport network (TEN-T). The aim is for the policy to be realigned to contribute more effectively to objectives aimed at combating climate change and to support Europe's increasing international role through better infrastructure connections with its neighbours and the wider world.

 

The Commission invites Member States' governments and a broad range of stakeholders – infrastructure managers and users, researches and investors, economic operators and NGOs, regional - and local authorities and interested citizens to express their views on three proposed options for TEN-T development and on the wider policy objectives. For the full text, please visit the website or see the public consultation documents.

 

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