While the fate of millions of transport workers hung in the balance these past few months, in the pursuit of a new Transport Commissioner, The European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) c...
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) believes that the main objective of revising the existing European road charging system (the so-called ‘Eurovignette Directive&rsq...
By Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) Hydrogen-powered buses and taxis are already on roads, now the technology is the best option available...
The EU and its Member States should implement a number of policy measures to set transport on a path to full decarbonisation by 2050, with a modal shift to rail, effective tools to implement 'user...
There’s something European hauliers are talking about: and guess what, it’s not Brexit...
Outgoing European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker does not believe President Donald Trump will impose tariffs on imported European cars next week, he told Germany's Süddeutsche ...
The Electronic exchange of Estimated Time of Arrival Project, co-funded by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union is the result of an agreement of the rail sector to provide informa...
While much focus is put on OEM plans to launch more electric vehicles, a great deal of the technology, value, production and services will come from both existing and emerging suppliers across the val...
The extension of the Brexit deadline to the end of January 2020 will relieve some of the pressure on the UK logistics sector as the industry enters one of its busiest times of the year, according to t...
The Road Haulage Association has won its first legal battle to secure compensation for truck operators who suffered financially as a result of the unlawful price-fixing cartel involving the major Euro...
The European Union (EU) has approved a seven month extension for two contingency measures to maintain UK road haulage and air connectivity in the event of a No Deal Brexit, although road hauliers woul...
IRU welcomes the recently published call for proposals released by the European Commission, committing €60m to improve the safe and secure truck parking areas (SSTPAs) network across Europe...
Within the scope of ETF’s “ETF Automation & Digitalisation Toolkit (EADT)” project, women transport workers and trade union representatives from across the EU met on 9-10 October...
The EU expert group on competitiveness of the EU Rail Supply industry has endorsed several recommendations in order to maintain the global leadership of the rail supply industry...
FTA’s Logistics Emission Reduction Scheme (LERS) has today (18 October 2019) launched a free guide to help all road operators, from owner-operators upwards, to reduce their use of diesel...
As a result of intense advocacy work at international and national level, spearheaded by the IRU and its member ANTRAM, the Portuguese government acceded to the e-CMR protocol last week, on 26 Septemb...
IRU gathered more than 230 representatives of the road transport industry and 25 EU parliamentarians in the European Parliament this week to discuss the priorities for commercial road transport in Eur...
Hyundai has confirmed it will put 1,600 hydrogen fuel cell trucks on the road in Switzerland in the next five years, and plans to sell them in various other European countries too...
On the occasion of the World Day for Decent Work on 7 October 2019, the ETF launches an online survey on how to make transport fit for women to work in...
In aiming to fulfill Ursula von der Leyen's promise to make the Continent carbon neutral by 2050, the European Commission is betting on railways...
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