The Science for Policy Brief presents main trends in public transport research and innovation in Europe. It is based on the recent JRC Science for Policy Report Public transport research and innovation in Europe. The assessment is based on the Transport Research and Innovation Monitoring and
This report provides a comprehensive analysis of research and innovation (R&I) in vehicle design and manufacturing in selected European Union (EU) funded projects from 2007 onwards. It identifies relevant researched technologies by transport mode and their phase of development. The results show that
Electrification has a major role to play in decarbonising transport and in reducing its fossil fuel dependency. For transport electrification to be cost-efficient and ready for future needs, adequate research and innovation (R&I) in this field is necessary. This report provides a comprehensive
The objective of this report is to provide a comprehensive and exhaustive overview on transport contribution to economic growth, alongside the externalities of environmental and social impact towards sustainable transport to achieve climate neutrality by 2050 within the EU.
Within the TRIMIS framework, horizon scanning is applied through a structured and systematic collaborative exercise that contributes to the identification of new and emerging transport-related technologies and trends, with a potential future impact on the transport sector. Furthermore, it supports
This report presents the methodological approach and a first list of indicators that TRIMIS proposes to measure progress in European Union transport research and innovation. These indicators provide input to the further development of the Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda (STRIA)
Adequate research and innovation (R&I) is paramount for the seamless testing, adoption and integration of connected and automated transport. This report provides a comprehensive analysis of R&I initiatives in Europe in this field. The assessment follows the methodology developed by the European
This report provides a comprehensive analysis of research and innovation in alternative fuels in selected European Union (EU) funded projects from 2007 onwards. It identifies relevant researched technologies by fuel type and their phase of development.
New mobility and transport services and systems are being created due to developments in ICT-enabled web, mobile and big data applications. Traditional automotive, public and private transport models are being challenged as new players emerge with disruptive services; blurring traditional