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Infrastructure

Transport infrastructure includes physical networks, terminals and intermodal nodes, information systems and refuelling and electrical supply networks which are necessary for the safe, secure operation of road, rail, civil aviation, inland waterways and shipping.

EU transport infrastructure key challenges with regard to governance; pricing, taxation and finance; coordinated modality, intermodality, interoperability and integration of transport systems; life cycle optimisation; and infrastructure operation.

The Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda (STRIA) Roadmap for Transport Infrastructure aims to develop research and innovation in these key areas, test new methodologies and prepare the ground for future transport infrastructure policies.

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Projects

The main objective of the Action is to develop a guideline for the establishment of QC plans in...
The main objective of the COST Action TU1402 on Quantifying the Value of Structural Health...
Main idea is to allow individual users and urban communities in remote (isolated) areas to benefit...
Transport is of central importance for the development of modern societies. Current projects such...
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Programmes

In a smart city, governments, companies, research institutions and citizens create solutions for...
The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) for Transport is the funding instrument to realise European...
The programme focuses on nine thematic objectives. Almost 60% of the ERDF allocation is aimed at...
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