State of European Transport

Our transport system is on the cusp of a revolution. We need to rapidly move away from burning fossil fuel to power our vehicles, vessels and aircraft to a sustainable system of electrification and clean fuels. In this series, we show where we are today and how and where we will need to go by mid century.

In this series we will show the rise and rise of transport emissions. What is the biggest source of emissions? What is the fastest growing? What are the emissions in my country and city? And what does the future hold for transport? To find out the answers, read on and take a look through our interactive series: State of European Transport.

The European Green Deal’s suite of climate regulations address these runaway transport emissions. In the rest of the series, we explore how these regulations impact transport emissions, the energy system that powers transport, and how cities can be forerunners in our mobility transition. How much impact will the Green Deal have? Is it enough? Read on to find out.

This is T&E's State of Transport overview. Find out more and how we are working towards our mission of a zero-emission mobility system that is affordable and has minimal impacts on our health, climate and environment below.

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UNFCCC GHG inventories, EEA proxy GHG inventories, T&E analysis and modelling. Scope: EU27
Images and video: Adobe Stock. For the 3 numbers on top of the page: Eurostat and UNFCCC.