European Mobility Atlas 2021

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Europe is the continent where multiple forms of transportation have been invented or brought to technological maturity. The free movement of persons has made Europe grow together and led to an everstronger sense of cohesion. Crossborder mobility is a prerequisite for a united EU and the experience of interconnectedness on all levels.

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Language

english

Pages

52

Publisher

Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung European Union, Brussels, Belgium

Release date

2021

SKU: IN21-1691 Categories: , ,

Description

Sustainable transport and mobility are key to tackle the climate crisis and to achieve the targets of the European Green Deal. However, transport today accounts for nearly 30 percent of the CO₂ emissions within the European Union. How can the EU reduce its transport and mobility emissions while connecting citizens, creating green jobs and leading the innovation in the sector?

The new European Mobility Atlas 2021 by the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung analyses the key facts and figures about transport and mobility in Europe, contributing to the efforts towards sustainable and just mobility in the European Union. Its chapters are devoted to different dimensions and policy-areas related to transport and mobility: railways, cycling, digitalisation, climate, Covid-19 and more.

 

 

Table of Contents

02 IMPRINT
06 PREFACE
08 12 BRIEF LESSONS
ON MOBILITY IN EUROPE
10 HISTORY – A STRUGGLE FOR DIRECTIONS
12 EMPLOYMENT – FEAR OF FALLING BY THE WAYSIDE
14 AVIATION – FLYING GREEN—A NICE DREAM
16 THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR – THE TRANSFORMATION OF A KEY INDUSTRY
18 RAIL – CHALLENGES OF A SINGLE EUROPEAN RAILWAY AREA
20 CROSS-BORDER MOBILITY – CLOSING THE GAPS
22 SHIPPING – SETTING SAIL: CHALLENGES FOR SEA TRANSPORT
24 TOURISM – TRAVELLING SUSTAINABLY OR WITH THE CROWD?
26 BICYCLE INDUSTRY – GROWING AT SPEED
28 CARGO BIKES – SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT TRANSPORT
30 CYCLING COPENHAGEN – THE MAKING OF A BIKE-FRIENDLY CITY
32 ROAD SAFETY – WANTED: STRATEGIES TO PROTECT THE WEAKEST
34 PUBLIC AND INTERMODAL TRANSPORT – UNITE RURAL AND URBAN AREAS
36 COSTS – THE COSTS OF TRANSPORT
38 DRIVE TECHNOLOGY – CHARGING AHEAD
40 DIESELGATE – THE DIESELGATE SCANDAL HAS NOT BEEN SOLVED
42 END-OF-LIFE VEHICLES – FINAL DESTINATION
44 THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 – SHAKEN AND SHIFTED
46 THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY – ON THE ROAD TO INTEGRATED SERVICES