Working Group Leaders

Representatives of Brussels-based offices leading the work of Transport Working Group.

Transport WG Leader


Marcus Göpfert

Stuttgart Region

Françoise Guaspare


Françoise Guaspare

Ile-de-France Europe

Francisco Vigalondo


Francisco Vigalondo

Aragón Exterior


The Working Group promotes cooperation and facilitates dialogue between regions in the field of transport, mobility and logistics as well as with the EU institutions to raise awareness of the regional and local dimension of the thematic area. The group fosters discussion on new developments in EU policy and facilitates project development and participation in European projects.

ERRIN Contact

Last Working Group Meetings

Last Working Group Meetings

Transport WG

Transport WG webinar - Update on mobility initiatives

Anna Tranberg

Please find the presentation slides from the webinar below. To start off the autumn, the Transport WG is organising an information session to provide you with an update on three mobility initiatives

Transport WG

Transport WG webinar - Speeding up the transition towards a zero-emission transport system

Anna Tranberg

Transport currently represents around 25% of the emissions in the EU. To address this, and to meet the ambitions set out in the European Green Deal, we need to roll out cleaner, cheaper, and

WG Events

WG Events

Transport Research Arena - TRA2020

TRA2020, the largest European research and technology conference, will this year focus on the theme: 'rethinking transport - towards clean and inclusive mobility' and take place in Helsinki this April.

Webinar: Data and the future mobility system

What implications does the new EU data strategy have for research and innovation and especially for regions and their innovation ecosystems? Join this Transport WG meeting to discuss this further.

Webinar: European Partnership on zero-emission waterborne transport

Welcome to the first Blue Growth WG meeting of the year where we will explore the future of clean waterborne transport.

Welcome to a GREAT end conference!

Join GREAT in Brussels on 18 March 2018 to celebrate the results of the Action. A day of sharing insights on alternative fuel infrastructure from different perspectives. The climate issue is more relevant than ever before and in cooperation between the EU, private businesses and regions across four nations GREAT has worked as an enabler for decarbonisation along the northern part of the TEN-T corridor.

Getting zero-emission trucks on the road

A discussion on how what efforts can and must be made in order to decarbonise road freight will take place in Brussels next week.

Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum - Energy Efficiency Finance Market Place

Save the date for 2020's Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum: Energy Efficiency Finace Market Place, which will take place in Brussels 18-19th February 2020.

WG Related Content

WG Related Content

Looking for public buyers to work on H2020 PCP on security in public transports - SU-GM02-2020

Are you an actor in public transport? A transport operator, organiser or authority? Do you aim to optimise your R&D spending? Is public security and the prevention of terrorist attacks amongst your core objectives? Join us in the PREVENT project!

Survey on urban nodes in the TEN-T regulation (deadline extended to 24 April)

As part of the evaluation of the TEN-T guidelines, DG MOVE has contracted a consortium of companies to carry out a case study on urban nodes. You can respond to the survey by Friday 24 April.

European Climate Pact - public consultation

In order to gather inputs on the European Climate Pact, the Commission has recently launched a public consultation. We would like to collect your views on and expectations of the Pact as well as explore what role ERRIN could take in this new initiative.

Upcoming Working Group Meetings

The ERRIN secretariat wishes to remind members about changes to Working Group meetings scheduled to take place next week. 

Update on ERRIN's work

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has caused a lot of uncertainty in Brussels and across the whole of Europe. We would therefore like to reassure all of you, that despite the current situation, the ERRIN Secretariat will stay operational and work remotely.

Public consultation to shape the European Partnership on Driving Urban Transitions

The Driving Urban Transitions to a Sustainable Future (DUT) Partnership aims to address the complex set of urban challenges, which cities and urban communities are facing today, with an integrated approach to offer decision makers in municipalities, companies and society the means to act and enable the necessary urban transformations.

Latest Updates

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

ERRIN's contibution to the European Climate Pact

ERRIN has gathered inputs from members on their expectations towards the European Climate Pact and developed a contribution proposal.

  • By Hilary Webb

Re-open EU: new platform to restart tourism sector & free movement

The European Commission has launched 'Re-open EU', a new web platform designed to facilitate the safe relaunch of free movement and tourism across Europe. 

  • By Hilary Webb

Commission grants funds to protect infrastructure against cyber threats

Through Horizon 2020, the European Commission has awarded €38 million to support innovation projects working in the field of protection of infrastructure from cyber and physical threats, in order to make cities smarter and safer. 

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

ERRIN opinion on the revision of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Guidelines

ERRIN has published an opinion on the revision to the TEN-T Guidelines “Strengthening urban nodes and innovation to enhance the capacity, sustainability, and competitiveness of the European transport system”.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Update from the ERRIN Secretariat – Our work policy

As Belgium moves away from confinement, the ERRIN Secretariat has developed a new work policy with necessary safety measures in line with national guidelines for the coming months.

  • By Ilaria d'Auria

Provide a regional example for the Spring AGM Policy Debate

Can your region be an example of how the COVID-19 recovery has shifted priorities, putting the green transition and research and innovation at the core of your strategy? We encourage you to get in touch with us as we are looking for regional cases to feed into the policy debate.