The Council agreed on a general approach to reform the system of type-approval and market surveillance for motor vehicles...
As reported widely before – most recently at the General Assembly in Malta – ECG has been a founding member of the European Commission’s Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF)...
The European Commission presented its mobility package on 31st May, revamping some of the rules that apply to international transport drivers...
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) welcomes the publication by the European Commission of its ‘Europe on the Move’ initiatives for clean, competitive and conne...
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether Slovakia's plans to grant €125m to Jaguar Land Rover for investing in a car plant in Nitra are in line with EU r...
Volvo Cars has become the first car maker in the world to export China-made cars to Europe by train via China’s new ‘One Belt, One Road’ trade initiative...
Governments must consider ways to manage the transition to driverless trucks in order to avoid potential social disruption from job losses, says a new report published by the International Transport F...
IRU welcomes the release of the long-awaited European Commission proposals for commercial road transport, which contain many positive elements...
The sudden upsurge in violence by migrants trying to gain illegal entry into the UK through the port of Calais has alarmed British hauliers enough that the main road transport organisation in the coun...
Fuel consumption of new trucks could be reduced by 33% in the 2020–2030 timeframe if manufacturers introduce proven fuel efficiency technologies, a new independent study by Ricardo Ene...
The relationship between global shipping regulation, through International Maritime Organization (IMO), and regional implementation can be strong and very effective...