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TGV at 40: Its latest model is launching into an age of global rivalry
Unveiled 40 years after its first service, the latest generation of the TGV faces stiff competition from high-speed trains around the world.
Could '15-minute cities' change how we live, work and socialise?
In the wake of COVID, municipalities around the world are looking at ways to plan cities centred on human beings rather than cars.
Europe's carmakers are switching to electric. Here's when it'll happen
Europe-based automakers are pledging to drop petrol and diesel to go all-electric, but how long will it take?
The EU promotes the virtues of train travel with the 'Connecting Europe Express'
Travelling throughout Europe only by train has its difficulties, but the EU and its members are highlighting the environmental virtues of this form of transport with the 'Connecting Europe Express', a train that is currently crisscrossing the continent.
Will a 32km bridge be built between Northern Ireland and Scotland?
Immense geological and environmental challenges in this part of the world mean this could be one of the most technically difficult projects in engineering history.
These hybrid airships are the low-carbon future of travel
Our skies could soon be filled with these updates on the blimp, and they are safer than ever before
How are Krakow residents coming together to fight air pollution?
Initiatives range from temporary restrictions to full bans on all vehicles in certain areas in Poland.
This solar-powered pavement harvests energy from under your feet
A Hungarian company is making solar-powered tiles from recycled plastic that can be used to pave walkways.
When will flying cars really take off?
Flying cars will combine many elements of a light aircraft within the size constraints of a road vehicle.
Super-fast, sustainable, accessible: Are trains the future of travel?
A look inside the companies fuelling the rise of train travel with their innovative technology.
Bilbao hits the brakes to slow down pollution
The city of Bilbao and the surrounding urban area have put the maximum driving speed at 30 kms/h instead of 50. It's a pioneering measure for such a big city and now the data is beginning to show environmental improvements.
Euronews debates | Will flying ever be green?
As part of European Mobility Week, Euronews hosted a live debate on the future of aviation, with experts helping us to answer this pressing question: 'Will flying ever be green?'
Euronews Debates | What's the future for personal cars?
Watch again our virtual debate on the automotive revolution with industry experts and policy-makers, sharing their success stories of building the cars of tomorrow.
Smart thinking: a glimpse into the future of Europe's cities
Business Planet heads to Amsterdam to see why the city is embracing Artificial Intelligence and other connected technologies to make things run better and more livable.
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.