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Parliamentary questions
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7 October 2021
Answer given by Ms Vălean
on behalf of the European Commission
Question reference: E-002789/2021

The Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy(1) recognises the key role of digital solutions to enable seamless multimodality for travellers.

In light of the above, the Commission is currently assessing the need for regulatory actions to support the development of Multimodal Digital Mobility Services (MDMS) in the EU. Subject to an impact assessment, a new Commission proposal should look at enhancing trust by clarifying the conditions attached to commercial agreements for re-selling mobility products and sharing key data. This proposal would also seek to establish a set of provisions to ensure that MDMS are not discriminatory or limited by discriminatory behaviors of certain operators, and promote the most sustainable options.

In addition, the Commission aims to further facilitate the exchange of data needed for the development of MDMS. In that respect, a revision of the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/1926 is foreseen in 2022, and could include measures on access to new data types, on data quality, and on data standards.

Finally, in 2021, the Commission will set up an expert group on multimodality for passengers. Through increased dialogue between public and private stakeholders, the expert group will support the development of an EU framework to increase cooperation within and across modes and foster the development of a fair market for European companies.

(1)COM/2020/789 final.
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