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The transport sector is a major contributor to the economy (4.8% – or €548bn – in gross value added overall for the 28 EU countries), and it sustains over 11 million jobs in Europe.


The European Commission aims to develop and promote transport policies that are efficient, safe, secure and sustainable, to create the conditions for a competitive industry that generates jobs and prosperity. As our societies become ever more mobile, EU policy seeks to help our transport systems meet the major challenges facing them, including road and air congestion, oil dependency, greenhouse gas emissions, infrastructure quality and competition from third countries. The EU mobility and transport policies embrace all transport modes (road, rail, air, maritime) as well as passenger rights, research and innovation, and infrastructure building.


We help our clients understand how to design and assess policy initiatives in view of these goals through evaluations, impact assessments, economic, technical and legal analyses.