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Significance of Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T)

The transport sector is the backbone of the entire single market. The focuses of the programme setting up the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) are on seeking to achieve better networking in the EU single market and to establish the uniformity of transport systems. The TEN-T covers road, rail and inland waterway networks, sea and inland ports, airports and freight terminals.

Breakthrough for global emission trading in aviation

EU ETS in maritime – No European go-it-alone initiative

Fourth Railway Package – Borderless Rail Transport

EU Aviation Package – greater efficiency and competitiveness for Europe

Transport White Paper – a sustainable course for the transport sector up to the year 2050

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European transport policy

Reform EU type approval – a balanced approach is vital

- On 27 January 2016 the Commission published its paper 2016/0014 (COD) containing its proposal for a regulation. The proposal is intended to improve the type approval procedure with regard to the following points which have proved controversial in the past - standardization of the interpretation of... more
European transport policy

RDE creates planning security for European industry

- Dieter Schweer, a member of the Executive Board of the BDI, welcomes the rapid introduction of Real Driving Emissions following a vote of the European Parliament. more