Transport

The Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation (FSR Transport) at the European University Institute is dedicated to policy dialogue, policy-relevant research, training, and networking in the area of transport regulation in Europe. It is concerned with the regulation of all modes of transport and a wide range of other topics related to digital and sustainable mobility.

Transport Knowledge

Streamlining economic regulation for air traffic management in Europe

European aviation has been confronted with serious capacity challenges and high levels of delay, in particular, during the two years (2018-2019) leading up to the onset of COVID-19. The pandemic…

By:
FINGER, Matthias;MONTERO, Juan;SERAFIMOVA, Teodora
How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations
How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations

The paper “How Technical Regulations Shape the Competitive Landscape – a Discussion on ECM, TSI and other Technical Regulations” will…

Rail renaissance strategy
Rail renaissance strategy

The paper “Rail renaissance strategy” will be presented at the 2nd Florence Rail Conference (9-10 December, 2021). ABSTRACT: The European Union…

Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?
Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?

The paper “Public Service Obligations in the Railway Sector: The EU’s Regulatory Self-Restraint as Part of the Problem?” will be…

Building and governing EU networks

The EU’s basic objective is to create a single European market as a tool for political integration. This objective is being transposed into all economically strategic sectors, including at a…

By:
FINGER, Matthias;LAPENKOVA, Irina
Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift
Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift

The paper “Integrated coordination to make the railway system more efficient and facilitate the modal shift” will be presented at…

Research

The school carries out multidisciplinary research with the purpose of developing economically, legally, and socially-sound regulation and policy.

Training courses

Designed by an international faculty of academics and the main experts in the field, our courses are designed to meet the educational needs of professionals at all levels.

Policy events

Our events bring together the world of academia and practice to offer a vast range of opportunities for open discussion and practice sharing.

Upcoming Events

24
Sep2021
16th Florence Air Forum: Navigating towards the decarbonisation of European aviation
16th Florence Air Forum: Navigating towards the decarbonisation of European aviation

The European Green Deal sets the objective of transforming Europe into the world’s first climate neutral continent by 2050. In…

22
Oct2021
17th Florence Air Forum . Short- and mid-term Covid-19 effects on the aviation sector.  Competition law perspective
17th Florence Air Forum . Short- and mid-term Covid-19 effects on the aviation sector. Competition law perspective

While air traffic levels have increased compared to Spring and Summer 2020, recovery is still slow and full of uncertainty.…

09
Dec2021
2nd Florence Rail Regulation Conference. Modal Shift: The Moment of Truth
2nd Florence Rail Regulation Conference. Modal Shift: The Moment of Truth

Shift to rail is one of the main challenges to reach the ambitious Green Deal objectives in transport and one…

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