Hundreds of projects are included in the TEN-T programme. These works, or studies, aim to ensure interconnection, cohesion and interoperability of the TEN-T, as well as improve access to it. They are located in every EU Member State.
30 Priority Projects (or Axes) and other horizontal priorities have also been established to concentrate on pan-European integration and development.
As a whole, TEN-T projects aim to:
- Establish and develop the key links and interconnections needed to eliminate existing bottlenecks to mobility
- Fill in missing sections and complete the main routes – especially their cross-border sections
- Cross natural barriers
- Improve interoperability on major routes
The INEA website offers an easy-to-navigate guide and list of all of the projects of the TEN-T. You can learn more by clicking on the following:
- 30 Priority Projects
- TEN-T Projects – France
- TEN-T Projects – Spain
- TEN-T Projects by Transport Mode