Transport is a key pillar of the single market, allowing for the free movement of goods and people across borders, as well as being a very important part of the free movement of services in the EU. The cost and efficiency of transport services directly affect trade flows, mobility and the competitiveness of European companies.
Yet, companies are experiencing that Europe is not yet fully connected and there are also significant regulatory barriers remaining, which hampers business opportunities, fair competition and ultimately growth and job creation.
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