About: Vienna

Railways 27-02-2018

Riding the train from Beijing to Vienna (in 2033)

The idea of travelling by train from Beijing via Moscow to the Austrian capital has long been an unlikely far-flung dream. But in 15 years, the Trans-Siberian railway could indeed reach the gates of Vienna. EURACTIV Germany reports from Vienna.

Vienna shows local solutions can improve public transport accessibility

Improving the accessibilty of public transport is also about taking due account of efficient local solutions, write Wiener Linien and the Austrian Association in Support of the Blind and Visually Impaired.

Public transport bosses: EU Accessibility Act focuses too much on ticket machines

With the passage of the EU Accessibility Act this month, EURACTIV.com spoke to the public transport bodies of London, Vienna and Paris to see what progressive solutions for disabled passengers are already underway – and what dangers may lurk in the proposed act.
Brexit 30-03-2017

Luxembourg stakes claim for EU banking body post-Brexit

Luxembourg has claimed the legal right to host the London-based European Banking Authority after Brexit, a government spokeswoman said today (30 March).
Med & South 26-01-2016

Shortlist for European Capital of Innovation unveiled

Milan and Turin are among the nine cities that have made it to the final stage of the competition to be named European Capital of Innovation. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Europe's East 02-06-2015

Politics has always been at the heart of Eurovision

Eurovision is about spreading Europe’s values of tolerance and cooperation beyond its borders, write Quincy R. Cloet and Kerry Longhurst.  
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Health 25-11-2014

Euro Diabetes Index 2014

The 2014 Euro Diabetes Index was presented at the 50th Congress of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) in Vienna. It is a tool for awareness and advocacy at national and European level to empower patients and physicians through comparing and reviewing health care provision and policies regarding diabetes in all member states plus Norway and Switzerland.

New comparison index helps EU governments tackle growing diabetes rates

SPECIAL REPORT: On Wednesday (17 September), the Health Consumer Powerhouse (HCP), a Swedish company which compares healthcare between countries, will reveal an analysis of diabetes prevention and treatment in Europe, making it easier for EU member states to share best practices.