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Future of Road Transport - JRC Report Launch Event

Event date
CDMA Atrium, Rue du Champ de Mars 21, Brussels
STRIA Roadmaps
Connected and automated transport (CAT)
Transport electrification (ELT)
Network and traffic management systems (NTM)
Smart mobility and services (SMO)
Transport mode
Road icon
Transport policies
Societal/Economic issues,
Environmental/Emissions aspects,
Transport sectors
Passenger transport


The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC) will launch the JRC report ‘The future of road transport - Implications of automated, connected, low-carbon and shared mobility’ during a high-level public event, which will take place at the JRC in Brussels (CDMA Atrium, Rue du Champ de Mars 21, Brussels) on 21 June 2019 from 11:00-14:00.

The event aims to bring together policymakers, academia and the private sector to highlight the report's insights and discuss its implications for EU policy.

Registration: Please register using the following link (registration deadline is 16 June 2019):

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Abstract of the report: A perfect storm of new technologies and new business models is transforming not only our vehicles, but everything about how we get around, and how we live our lives. The JRC report “The future of road transport - Implications of automated, connected, low-carbon and shared mobility” looks at some main enablers of the transformation of road transport, such as data governance, infrastructures, communication technologies and cybersecurity, and legislation. It discusses the potential impacts on the economy, employment and skills, energy use and emissions, the sustainability of raw materials, democracy, privacy and social fairness, as well as on the urban context. It shows how the massive changes on the horizon represent an opportunity to move towards a transport system that is more efficient, safer, less polluting and more accessible to larger parts of society than the current one centred on car ownership. However, new transport technologies, on their own, won't spontaneously make our lives better without upgrading our transport systems and policies to the 21st century. The improvement of governance and the development of innovative mobility solutions will be crucial to ensure that the future of transport is cleaner and more equitable than its car-centred present.

See the agenda at this link.