Amongst her objectives, Ms. Bulc has stated she will work to:
- Ensure that all EU transport policy is based on three pillars: competitiveness, environmental friendliness and inclusiveness.
- Focus on improving co-modality and the interopability between different national networks.
- Ensure better measurement of CO2 footprints in all modes of transport.
- Push for the development of smart logistics, the use of digital and ICT tools to enhance efficiency and support Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
- Focus on triggering investment for infrastructure (public and private) to be able to meet the demand of more transport.
- Push for completion of the trans-European transport (TEN-T) system, focusing on cross-border corridors, ensuring that the 26 billion EURO reserved for transport under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) is spent effectively.
- Support a European framework for road tolling, in line with the polluter-pays and user-pays principles on the basis of non-discrimination, while keeping subsidiarity in mind.
- Protect social rights and fight social dumping; social conditions need to be fair.
- Support the development of inland waterways and fight fragmentation.
- Remove remaining barriers (legal and administrative) to a true single market for transport, starting with swift agreement of the 4th Railway Package and Single European Sky 2+ Package.