Italy gets six months to make a decision on the contested Turin-Lyon high-speed rail link after the company in charge of the project invites expressions of interest from contractors.
The British government has agreed to pay Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel £33m to head off a lawsuit over extra ferry services commissioned in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The European Union's veto of an Alstom-Siemens rail merger has revived debate over competition regulations that some say are obsolete in the face of growing rivalry from Chinese giants.
Electric vehicles took centre stage at this year's Geneva Motor Show, as automakers scrambled to bring their fleets into line with strict CO2 emissions standards set to kick in next year.
Air pollution is slowly easing in EU countries but still causes nearly half a million early deaths each year, the European Environment Agency (EEA) says in its annual report.
Brexit has brought hope to the docks of the Humber River, a goods gateway in northeast England where tens of millions of pounds are being invested to prepare for a potential increase in shipping.
France has reduced its speed limit on two-lane highways to 80 kilometres per hour (50 mph), putting it in the European slow lane with one of the lowest rates across the continent.