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Top EU transport official resigns after accepting free Qatar flights
Henrik Hololei has served as the Director-General for Mobility and Transport since 2015.
Is it safe to travel to France as pension protests continue?
Massive strikes and protests have been taking place across the country, often at short notice.
EU agrees to exempt e-fuels from 2035 ban on combustion-engine cars
The exemption was included at the behest of Germany, which mounted a last-minute campaign to spare e-fuels from the 2035 ban.
MEPs urge Metsola to intervene in standoff with Germany over e-fuels
Germany is demanding an exemption for e-fuels in order to unblock a 2035 ban on combustion engine vehicles.
Are e-fuels a viable and green alternative to the combustion engine?
An emerging technology, e-fuels are extracted from a combination of hydrogen and carbon dioxide.
Major train strikes in France aimed at "blocking country"
The transport sector joins the protests aimed at forcing President Macron to halt his plans to raise the retirement age.
Oil-splashed artwork and climate strikes: Germany's weekend protests
Friday’s Global Climate Strike saw activists gather across Europe to demand an end to fossil fuel financing.
EU delays final vote on combustion engine ban, exposing dissent
Under the proposed law, new sales of cars and vans that run on fossil fuels will be totally banned after 2035.
Spanish transport chiefs resign over trains too big for tunnels
Two officials have now resigned over the matter: Renfe head Isaías Táboas and secretary of state for transport Isabel Pardo de Vera.
Classical musicians play to tramway riders in Nantes
Two pianists and four saxophonists played on Wednesday afternoon for the passengers of two public transport lines, in the western French city of Nantes.
Watch: Temperatures drop to the lowest in a decade across Japan
Large areas of Japan will be affected by the coldest air mass of the season from Tuesday.
View: Transport is a huge blindspot in the EU’s energy crisis response
As the bloc’s Russian oil embargo looms, a Greenpeace campaigner writes it’s time to overhaul our 'oil-guzzling' transport systems.
Sustainable travel: Electric transport will power your 2023 adventures
Low emission electric vehicles, or EVs, are driving sustainable travel and combating spiralling fuel costs.
European cities call for 2027 deadline to stop CO2 emitting buses
Paris and Barcelona are just two of the places urging the European Commission to only allow the sale of zero-emitting buses after a proposed time limit.
Will Paris ban e-scooters? ‘We’re useful,’ operators hit back
E-scooter operators are on a mission to convince the city of Paris to keep their devices on the streets.
Good News | From carts to maglevs: the dramatic evolution of transport
Most of it happened within 100 years, which is amazing considering how long ago people first started riding cattle.
Has sustainable travel made Gdynia the 'happiest city' in Poland?
A poll suggests that Gdynia is the 'happiest city' in Poland. This may be linked to its ambitious project for greener public mobility planning.
This Spanish city was in decline - until it prioritised pedestrians
In central Pontevedra, pedestrians now have priority. And in just over two decades, the home to 80,000 inhabitants has been transformed from a city in decay.
Hottest ever August sees Rhine drop to its lowest level since 2018
The Rhine has slumped to its lowest point since 2018, forcing shipping companies to adapt. Is this an anomaly or the new norm?
'I feel very frustrated': What a Rome commute is like for the disabled
Years of neglect in Rome is letting down its disabled citizens, including Dario Dongo is a lawyer and activist. Euronews follows his daily commute.