Moving in Europe
For a better protected and more sustainable mobility

 
Let's complete the following quiz to find out if we are able to better protect our rights as passengers, if our daily choices in mobility are actually "sustainable", how important transport is in Europe and, consequently, what steps the EU is taking in this direction.
 
 
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QUIZ "WHAT TYPE OF TRAVELLER ARE YOU?"
Transport and economy
1. Transport is fundamental to both society and the economy since it promotes growth and employment. How many people are directly employed in this sector in Europe?
10 million people
5 million people
3 million people
 
2. This sector accounts for about 5% of the European gross domestic product (GDP).
true
false
 
3.In your opinion, on average, how much of its budget does a European family spend for transport related products and services?
about 7%
about 13%
about 18%
 
Sustainable Mobility
4. 30% of goods currently travelling by road (on distances greater than 300 km) will be transferred to rail or sea and inland waterways by:
2020
2030
2050
 
5. The use of vehicles powered by traditional fuel should be gradually reduced over the next few years to be completely eliminated by:
2020
2030
2050
 
6. . The European Union foresees a significant reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector by 2050. Compared to the 1990 levels, how much do you think they should be reduced down to?
30%
60%
90%
 
7. From 2013, the new driving licences issued in the EU will look like plastic "credit cards" in a uniform European format. The more than 100 models in use today will be replaced. When will this happen?
at the time of renewal or within 2020
at the time of renewal or within 2033
at the time of renewal or within 2040
 
8. 'Multimodal transport' means:
using the same means of transport for different purposes (errands, work, recreation, etc.)
the use of public transport
the integration of different means of transport, both public and private, collective or individual for daily travelling
 
9. Carpooling means:
sharing the same car with other people travelling along a common route
a car rental service- collecting the vehicle from and taking it back to a parking lot, paying for its use
renting one’s own car to other parties when not in use
 
Passenger rights
10. When travelling by plane, in the event of boarding being denied, the airline company:
can arbitrarily decide who will be denied boarding
must first ask people who would voluntarily give up their boarding reservation
identifies the passengers who have right to boarding according to the booking order
 
11. Travelling by train, passengers can opt for full refund of the ticket if there is a delay of more than:
60 minutes
90 minutes
120 minutes
12. Travelling by coach, in the case of long-distance travel (over 250 km), passengers are entitled to a refund of the ticket in the event that the journey has suffered a delay exceeding its scheduled time of departure by:
60 minutes
90 minutes
120 minutes
 
13. Travelling by ship, passengers are entitled to a refund of the ticket in case boarding has suffered a delay exceeding its scheduled time of departure by:
60 minutes
90 minutes
120 minutes
 
14. Travelling by plane, passengers are entitled to a refund of the ticket in case the flight has suffered a delay exceeding its scheduled time of departure by:
2 hours
5 hours
7 hours
 
15. The right to reimbursement implies the refund of the total price of the ticket if not used within 7 days for air or sea and inland waterways transport:
true
false
 
16. . The right to reimbursement implies the refund of the total price of the ticket if not used within one month for a rail or bus journey:
true
false
 
17. The European Commission has developed an app for mobile phones to allow travellers to quickly verify their rights wherever they are in Europe
true, it is a free service
true, but for a fee
false
 
18. Transport legislation sets a minimum level of on-the-spot assistance whenever a delay exceeds the limit beyond the scheduled departure time
true
false
 
19. In case of severe delays in a journey by sea or inland waterways, passengers are entitled to free accommodation with a limit of:
EUR 80 per night for three nights
EUR 120 per night for three nights
EUR 150 per night for three nights
 
20. In the event of a significant delay in long distance coach services (i.e. journeys over 250 km), passengers are entitled to free accommodation with a limit of:
EUR 80 per night for two nights
EUR 120 per night for two nights
EUR 150 per night for two nights
 

The project is realized with the support of the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union.
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The handling of data
All data and information that you provide will be treated by the Italian coordinator of the project, Cittadinanzattiva-Active Citizenship Network, in observance of the provisions of the Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 on privacy. They will be used exclusively with the purposes of the investigation and in a completely anonymous way.