Mobility: Rethinking medium-distance mobility between European countries
In a socioeconomic environment that is increasingly concerned about its carbon impact, the popularity of rail transport is on the rise. In 2021, the European “Year of Rail” aimed to put the subject at the forefront of the agenda on medium-distance mobility and witnessed numerous announcements, in particular on the revival of night trains. At the same time, European funds are supporting the emergence of medium-distance hydrogen mobility, whether for road freight, as in the Corridor H2 project, or for trains, as shown by Alstom’s Coradia iLint, which are making their first journeys in France and Germany. So how can these different dynamics be harmonised to decarbonise medium-distance mobility as soon as possible? What is the final outcome of the year of the railways? What role can hydrogen mobility play in achieving the 2030 climate objectives?
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- Rémi Bastien, President of the Next Move Competitiveness Cluster and General Delegate of FISITA
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