The European Union activated an ambitious plan on two of the most fundamental subjects for the life of its citizens, namely the Green Deal and the Digital Strategy. Global climate change can put at risk the quality of life of the people, whilst the rapid introduction of digital services should, and can, bring big benefits. However, it implies also big risks for the security of all the business sectors, and for the privacy of the citizens. DG MOVE, INEA and European road authorities have been working together for several years to implement ITS systems and services in response to the ITS Directive 2010/40/EU, in particular the wider deployment of Safety-Related Traffic Information (SRTI) and Real-Time Traffic Information (RTTI), better traffic management and services relating to the freight industry. One of the European Policies decided in this frame was the funding of five ‘ITS Corridors’ including linear stretches of the trans-European Core and Comprehensive networks.