The European Commission has published the Scoping Paper for the Societal Challenge 4 'Smart, green and integrated transport' 2018-2020 Work Programme.
The paper takes into account the work of the Transport Advisory Group, as well as contributions submitted to the dedicated consultation launched earlier this year. It identifies four key priorities for the final three years of Horizon 2020 to be translated into specific calls:
- Towards an integrated, sustainable and robust transport system;
- Technologies transforming the transport system;
- Competitiveness, business models and markets; and
- Accounting for the people: demand, needs and behaviours; inclusion and access.
The scoping papers are working documents not formally endorsed by the Commission; the adoption and publication of the 2018-2020 work programme is expected in October 2017.