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Research and innovation

Multimodal travel research

Policy, funding opportunities, jobs, projects, publications and databases

Why the EU supports research and innovation in multimodal travel

Multimodal travel uses different modes of transport to produce a seamless door-to-door travel experience.

Multimodal travel is an important objective because it has the potential to decarbonise transport and reduce air pollution and congestion in our cities. 

Funding opportunities

Horizon Europe

On this page you can find more information, the work programme and a link to the environment-related calls

COST actions

COST (European cooperation in science and technology) is a funding organisation for research and innovation networks

Projects and results

Horizon Magazine

Latest news, interviews and features about thought-provoking science and innovative research projects funded by the EU.

Horizon Results Platform

Platform where framework programme participants present their results for you to search, contact their owners, and form partnerships.

Collaboration and jobs

POLIS network

Network for local and regional authorities to work together to promote sustainable mobility by deploying innovative transport solutions.

Scientific publications, tools and databases

TRIMIS Dashboard

Dashboard where you can search for data on beneficiaries of H2020 funding for smart mobility and services

EU Open Data Portal

Single point of access to open data produced by the EU institutions - all data free to use for commercial and non-commercial purposes


You can access all scientific publications from Horizon 2020 via OpenAIRE