• Metz (FR) – Merzig (DE) – Luxembourg (LX)
  • Rotterdam (NL) – Antwerp (BE) – Eindhoven (NL)
  • Porto (PT) – Vigo (ES) and Merida (ES) – Evora (PT)
  • Tromsø (NW) and Oulu (FI)
  • The “Nordic Way” (SW, FI, NW)

These tests are a first salient return on the conclusions agreed on by the member states in Amsterdam and a subsequent Letter of Intent prepared at the beginning of the year. The Commissioners also emphasised the policy dimension of these cross-border corridors: ” We have an opportunity we cannot miss: Europe can lead in the field of connected mobility, but for this, all Member States and industry have to work together closely and move into the same direction. There is no time to lose … Therefore, we call on co-legislators to act swiftly on all proposals already presented.” In this, the Commission follows up on an earlier report, which outlines the policy gaps that need to be addressed on connected and automated driving.