The results of a new study on greening the maritime sector assesses which forms of maritime transport and related activities can be considered sustainable...
The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) welcomes the adoption of the own-initiative (INI) report of TRAN-Committee Chair, Karima Delli, on technical and operational measures for more effi...
The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) welcomes the European Commission's initiative on Artificial Intelligence and its goal to develop a European ecosystem of excellence ...
France’s blind spot stickers do not break EU law, according to a statement by Adina Ioana V─âlean, the European Commissioner for Transport...
The Commission welcomes 21 April's provisional agreement between the co-legislators on the European Climate Law...
The UK’s decision to include its share of international aviation and shipping emissions in its Carbon Budgets is a very positive step towards reducing carbon pollution from planes and maritime t...
Martin Daum, Chairman of the ACEA Commercial Vehicle Board and CEO of Daimler Truck AG, wrote a letter to the co-legislators involved in the EU trialogue negotiations for the revision of the Eurovigne...
In its Communication on stepping up the EU’s 2030 climate ambition, the Commission indicated that it is looking into an extension of emissions trading to road transport and buildings and the con...
Rail associations are calling on the European Commission to extend the current “European Year of Rail” designation to 2022 as the ongoing pandemic has disrupted 2021’s planned activi...
Truck makers and environmentalists have joined forces to push for the deployment of 11,000 charging points for electric trucks across the EU by 2025, rising to 42,000 by 2030...
In recent months various initiatives were launched that involve automobile manufacturers working together with governments and other businesses to facilitate data sharing...
The Connecting Europe Express, one of the European Year of Rail 2021’s most emblematic initiatives, is being presented on 29 March during the official European Year of Rail k...
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) have addressed a letter to all EU Ministers of Transport to outline the priority needs of rail...
Under the umbrella of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), the CEOs of Europe’s carmakers met last week with the European Commission Vice-President for the European G...
On 18 March 2021, during their first annual statutory meeting, the ETF Management Committee and expressed their outrage towards the continuous attempts to attack the Mobility ...
Germany's Greens are aiming at the country's top political job, and to get there they want to take down fossil fuel cars...
At the first webinar organised by the European Logistics Platform (ELP) this year, around 80 EU policymakers and industry representatives met to discuss the necessary requirements to support the uptak...
On 11 March negotiators from the Council and the European Parliament reached a provisional agreement on the second edition of the EU's flagship programme the Connecting Europe Facil...
The survival of gasoline and diesel-powered cars is dividing the EU...
On 8 March 2021, the European Commission published a report to the European Parliament and the Council on the application of Directive 2014/94/EU on the deployment of alternative fuels ...
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