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France restarts Paris-Nice night train to encourage people to fly less
The government is keen to promote night trains as more environmentally friendly than flying.
The billion-dollar motorway leading Montenegro to nowhere
Montenegro is building one of the most expensive highways in the world. It is financed by a loan from China. Its tourism-based economy is being crushed by the pandemic making the already difficult loan impossible to pay back and the motorway still isn't finished.
Self-driving cars will soon be allowed to take to the UK's motorways
Automated cars will be allowed in a special lane at slower speeds but the plans are not without their critics.
How a small French town became a key transport hub
In this week's Smart Regions, Euronews finds out how Gardanne's new transport hub is helping the region to thrive and easing the commute of thousands of passengers.
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Why has deepening the Danube River become a political dispute?
Crossing ten countries and connecting Central and Eastern Europe, the River Danube is one of Europe's most important waterways. But plans for making it deeper to allow fully-laden cargo ships to pass year-round, have become a political and environmental dispute in Hungary.
In pictures: Spain under snow as weather alerts remain in place
Spain was plunged into chaos on Saturday as snow blanked the country, bringing it to a standstill.
Record snowfall across most of Spain brings transport to a standstill
All transport, including trains and planes, in and out of Madrid ground to a halt after the city experienced the heaviest snowfall in four decades.
This cross-border cycle path links Spain to the Atlantic Pyrenees
The bicycle has no borders. That's the essence of Ederbidea, a cross-border cycle path, supported by the European Union's Cohesion Policy that aims to promote cycling, reduce traffic congestion and improve health for all.
Brussels says new city-wide 30 km/h speed limit will increase safety
City officials say the limit will be enforced by police and speed cameras nearly everywhere in the Belgian capital.
Dubai trials shared mobility and greener transport solutions
Dubai is growing as a metropolitan hub and the infrastructure and public transport network has had to expand. The future shared mobility is being trialled in the city, as well as green solutions for residents.
Europe's major ports are ready for Brexit. Here's how they did it
Europe's major ports have used the last four years wisely to prepare for every eventuality when the UK becomes a third country.
EU and UK transport officials reprimand France over UK truck chaos
Thousands of hauliers remained stranded in mass gridlock in Kent on Christmas Eve, held up by the slow delivery of the COVID-19 tests demanded by France to enter its territory.
Brussels wants to drive down carbon emissions from transport by 90%
"It has a lot of interesting ideas, but you know the strategy is only at very the beginning," said one expert. "A lot of work needs to be done, a lot of work on the details."
Macron seeks Schengen changes as part of terrorism fight
French President Emmanuel Macron wants to reform the Schengen area as part of a fighting extremism after a fresh wave of terrorist attacks.
Uzbekistan's rise as transport and logistics hub
Uzbekistan aims to become a transport and logistics hub in Central Asia: having invested billions in new rail and energy infrastructure over recent years, Focus investigates how the landlocked country is overcoming its geographical challenges and creating new travel corridors.
NYC transport guru aiming to solve Bucharest's congestion problem
“This involvement is something emotional for me," Prof Michael Horodniceanu told Euronews. "Bucharest is my home town and I would like to use my expertise pro bono to better the city and make it more livable."
Can Czech Republic really cut energy emissions in line with Brussels?
Prime Minister Andrej Babis surprised many when he said his government will now support the European Union’s new planned target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 55%. But is it realistic?
A short history of modern travel
The world has changed considerably to accommodate the growing demand for global tourism. But what is the history of modern travel?
Europe's truck wars: Differences over EU's mobility package rage on
The EU's mobility package - legislation aimed at improving life for Europe's truck drivers - has finally come into force. But the controversy surrounding it is far from over.
EU sets aside €1.6bn of financial firepower to reboot arts sector
Artists appealed to EU leaders for the need to support culture which has helped Europeans to cope with "great personal and societal adversity".
Power to the pedal as Brussels opens its first cycling 'motorway'
It is part of an effort to increase sustainable travel, respect social distancing and ease pressure on crowded public transport in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdowns.
Poland's ex-transport minister arrested in corruption probe
The former MP, named only as "Sławomir N.", was detained on suspicion of corruption and operating within an organised crime group.
What can the UK learn from Europe about the pitfalls of e-scooters?
New transport legislation comes into effect in the UK on Saturday, marking the way for the introduction of e-scooters. Europe has long had this mode of transport on its streets - so what can the Brits learn from this?
Rented electric scooters to be allowed on roads in the UK
The UK is set to join a number of its European neighbours in allowing rental e-scooters on roads.
CO2 emissions have dropped under lockdown. Will it make a difference?
Scientists say the reduction is likely to be only a “drop in the ocean” when it comes to turning around decades of climate change, but environmentalists are hopeful it will encourage a broader shift towards green energies.
Caught in Kosovo: Eco activists on way across Europe to Mongolia
Rosie Watson and Mike Elm set off for a cross-continent journey on foot and bike to meet those tackling the climate crisis. But the coronavirus pandemic left them stranded in Kosovo.