Transport activity across Europe is high, and set to continue growing – estimates suggest that passenger transport will increase by 42% by 2050, and freight transport by 60%. This is good news for passengers and trade, but puts pressure on the transport network as well as the environment. A capacity crunch is already being felt in some sectors, generating heavy costs for ordinary travellers and businesses alike. Solutions to this structural challenge must not divert us from against meeting our ...
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