The C-Roads Platform is co-funded through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), but is an open platform.
Therefore representatives from all ongoing C-ITS deployment activities all across Europe are working together towards interoperable C-ITS services for European travellers.

The aim of the C-Roads Platform is to develop harmonised specifications taking the EU-C-ITS platform recommendations into account, linking all C-ITS deployments and planning intensive cross-testing. The C-Roads Platform is making cross-border C-ITS services a reality today and building the foundations for connected and automated vehicles.

This work is key for making European roads safer for citizens, traffic more efficient and reducing harmful emissions from transport. This will also benefit European economy as a whole as it needs a safe, reliable and efficient transport system.


C-Roads at the Digital Transport Days in Tallinn


The C-Roads Platform made a strong appearance at the Digital Transport Days in Tallinn from 8 to 10 November 2017. Emphasising its prolific nature, the platform had its own stand in the exhibition zone and a closed session where eight new countries were welcomed to the C-Roads Platform. European Commissioner Violeta Bulc and INEA Director Dirk Beckers took the opportunity and joined the subsequent poster signing ceremony at the C-Roads stand. [more]

Enlargement of the C-Roads Platform to 16 European States


The enlargement of C-Roads has been kicked off, now uniting 16 European States in pushing the deployment of harmonised C-ITS! [more]


C-Roads Austria

The Austrian pilot contributes to interoperable European C-ITS solutions starting from the EU C-ITS Corridor. The implementation is linked to the C-ITS Strategy AUSTRIA of the Ministry for Transport, Innovation and...

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Consortium partners

Consortium partners Belgium / Flanders pilot

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