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2nd High Level Structural Dialogue

13 February 2020

Mobility is facing the greatest challenges we have seen in decades – with increasing globalisation, massive traffic growth, growing mobility needs and ambitious climate change goals.

New technologies provide us with the historic opportunity to meet these challenges successfully and make transport considerably safer, cleaner and more efficient. Among these technologies are new drivetrain technologies such as electric mobility, transport connectivity, car sharing models and, in particular, automated driving.

All these developments have been initiated and we are making every effort to put them on the roads as fast as possible.

Within the framework of the 2nd High Level Structural Dialogue, we, the EU- and EFTA Member States, the European Commission and associations of the automotive and telecom industry, have clearly focused on automated and connected driving and have developed an action plan to further advance the technology at European level.