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.
On this page you can find more information, the work programme and a link to the environment-related calls
CEF Transport co-finances projects that enhance multimodality, improve infrastructure and advance innovation and new technologies.
Projects and results
Specialised collection of projects at European, national and international levels.
The Commission's primary portal for results of EU-funded multimodal transport research projects.
Stories of successful EU-funded research projects
Latest news, interviews and features about thought-provoking science and innovative research projects funded by the EU.
Platform where framework programme participants present their results for you to search, contact their owners, and form partnerships.
Collaboration and jobs
Find partners for open EU calls for proposal
Collaborate in public-private partnerships in different transport research areas
Researcher jobs in related fields
Scientific publications, tools and databases
Dashboard where you can search for data on beneficiaries of H2020 funding for smart mobility and services
Scientific publications produced by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC)
The Commission's Joint Research Centre compiles databases and develops software and modelling tools. You can access transport related ones here.
Online library of EU multimodal travel publications
Single point of access to open data produced by the EU institutions - all data free to use for commercial and non-commercial purposes