This page links to several topics related to transport in
Europe. Transport in Europe is the most advanced in the world. It caters for over half a billion people. The continent is home to some of the world's largest airlines, the largest ports and the fastest trains on the planet. Rotterdam Europort is the busiest port in the world, passing goods in and out of the port with a value worth more then the budget of most countries every day. British Airways, Lufthansa, Ryanair and Air France-KLM are all located in Europe catering for millions of people. Europe also houses the world's fastest train, the TGV. Operated in France and Switzerland, it can bring people all over the country, from the Alps to the Côte d'Azur. The Eurotunnel connects the United Kingdom with France and Belgium and is considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
The European Highway is a road made up of various highways and motorways that runs through
every European country which begins in Ireland and ends in Turkey.
In the European rail network, various voltages both AC and DC are used. In many European countries, standard gauge is used.
The Eurail Pass is a rail pass for 18 European countries; it is only available for persons who do not live in Europe, Turkey, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia or the former Soviet Union.
Inter Rail passes are for people living in Europe and surrounding countries.