The Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission develops transport policies for the European Union (EU) to ensure efficient mobility in a single European transport area, for the benefit of citizens and the economy. It monitors the implementation of EU legislation, proposes new laws and co-finances transport infrastructure and research.
The Connecting Europe Facility, the infrastructure funding instrument for the period 2014-2020, will be a key instrument to promote growth, jobs and competitiveness through targeted infrastructure investment at European level by supporting the development of high-preforming, sustainable and efficiently interconnected trans-European transport networks  (TEN-T), as well as energy and ICT networks. It will combine public funds with innovative financial instruments to attract private resources to transport infrastructure.
The Commission has also created a framework to encourage Member States to use transport infrastructure charging in the most effective and fair manner in order to maintain and develop the transport network.

The TEN-T Executive Agency, established by the European Commission, manages the financial and technical implementation of the TEN-T programme, including over 350 projects involving all transport modes and EU Member States. The Agency is also working to help find solutions to attract more private sector financing to TEN-T infrastructure projects, including the promotion and support of Public-Private Partnerships.