Our Vision

for Mobility in Europe

How is MPE foreseeing mobility of the future?

A fair transport system should promote competition between transport modes offering customers freedom of choice. Since previous modal shift policies have not achieved expected results for decades, the next regulatory framework should prioritise the following elements:

Accessibility, inclusiveness and affordability

for all citizens and companies regardless of their geographical location or economic condition

Effective modernisation and transformation of transport fleets

facilitating the decarbonisation roadmap without jeopardising economic interests especially for small economic players

Promotion of innovation and industrial leadership

in consolidated sectors keeping the European transport sector stronger at global level while creating qualified jobs

Financial support through European and national schemes

(i.e., Next Generation and other funding schemes) towards safer, modern, and decarbonised transport

a better transport system

How can MPE contribute towards a better transport system?

An effective European transport system requires contributions from all transport modes to achieve current policy goals and to overcome immediate challenges in terms of climate neutrality and economic recovery. No transport mode should be isolated or penalised but, on the contrary, it should be integrated into the system.

The road sector has proved to be at the core of the transport system for decades, being able to integrate all modes from land, waterborne and aviation while promoting social and economic benefits in all member states and, above all, improving prosperity in Europe.
From its relevant position, roads can ensure an effective multimodal system at urban and interurban levels facilitating the modernisation of the transport sector through the market uptake of alternative fuels, the development of automation and the adaptation to new mobility patterns, especially in urban areas.

What does Mobility for Prosperity do to achieve its aims?

The association facilitates a constructive dialogue through regular meetings between stakeholders and representatives from EU institutions, EU Presidencies and Member States to exchange practical knowledge and good practices on how the regulatory framework can benefit users while achieving transport policy goals.

A fair transport system should promote
competition between transport modes
offering customers freedom of choice.