Connecting Europe Days 2024 conference will take place 2-5 April in Brussels, Belgium. It brings together politicians, financial institutions, industry representatives, transport stakeholders and the European Commission to discuss concrete measures and exchange good practices on creating a fully decarbonised, resilient, seamless and digital transport and mobility network in Europe. Participants will see state-of-the art innovations first-hand at an exhibition of EU-funded projects.
The revised trans-European transport network (TEN-T) Regulation, with the launch of nine new European Transport Corridors and a revamped governance system led by eleven European TEN-T Coordinators, will be a central point of the discussions, as will the future of infrastructure funding and financing. Participants will also address the question of infrastructure climate resilience.
Threats to transport connectivity, including Russia’s ongoing aggression against Ukraine, have repeatedly put the functioning of the EU Single Market at risk in recent years. Conference sessions will look at the EU transport network, its role in ensuring connectivity with the EU’s neighbours, and its preparedness and resilience against external threats.