EUROPEAN TRANSPORT POLICIES
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The European Union has opened the national transport markets to competition , progressively liberalising the various sectors in order to create a dynamic (transport) system serving the people, business and governments. The aim of this course is to offer an overview of the problems linked to the mobility sector in terms of local and EU sustainability and referring to support initiatives for the goods, logistics and other linked sectors.
Furthermore, the growing importance of information and communication technologies justifies the investigation of the main related EU programmes.
Course contents summary
Relations between the European Union and various countries
EU transport policy<o:p>
The TEN T networks: social, economic and territorial consequences
Strategies for environmental sustainability
Objectives of the Marco Polo and Galileo programmes.
The texts will be notified by the teaching staff at the beginning of the course.