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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.

EMIS final report recommends stricter controls on vehicle emissions

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


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