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Russia bans foreign road freight vehicles from its territory

News from Brussels CLECAT - 2022-10-07

The Russian Government issued a resolution on 30 September 2022 imposing a ban on certain foreign freight vehicles owned by foreign transport operators and registered in foreign states to undertake road transport operations on …

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Operator challenges outlined to road infrastructure sector

News from Brussels IRU - 2022-10-07

IRU’s President Radu Dinescu has outlined key road transport operator challenges to the International Road Federation’s annual conference in Morocco. …

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Ukraine: EU agrees on eighth package of sanctions against Russia

News from Brussels European Commission - 2022-10-06

The European Commission welcomes the Council's adoption of an eighth package of hard-hitting sanctions against Russia for its aggression against Ukraine. …

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CLEPA to be part of MODI project on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility solutions for real-logistics operations

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2022-10-05

The European Commission, through the Horizon Europe framework program, has awarded a funding grant of €23m for a total budget of approximately €28m, and a 29-partner strong consortium to test and validate the implementation of CCAM solut …

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CER Position - Carbon labelling scheme towards sustainable mobility

News from Brussels CER: The Voice of European Railways - 2022-10-04

In the last years the awareness of transport’s impact on the environment (energy consumption, GHG emissions and local pollution) has grown, but transport users currently lack a carbon footprint label that is based on a credible methodolo …

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Only enough e-fuels to power 2% of cars on the road in 2035

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2022-10-04

The fossil fuel industry is hoping e-fuels can help combustion engine cars to escape a proposed EU sales ban in 2035. …

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Fit for 55: Transport MEPs want car-recharging stations every 60 km

News from Brussels European Parliament - 2022-10-04

Cars should be able to recharge every 60 km and refuel hydrogen every 100 km, while ships use on-shore power supply at ports, to help the EU become climate neutral by 2050. …

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Leaders to call for ‘workable’ price cap on gas at EU summit

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2022-10-04

EU leaders are set to ask the bloc’s executive at a summit this week to come up with a proposal for capping the price of gas imports in a bid to curb prices, according to a draft statement seen Monday 3 October 2022. …

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European Parliament Transport Committee backs road transport with ambitious proposal for alternative fuels infrastructure

News from Brussels IRU - 2022-10-04

IRU has welcomed the European Parliament’s Transport Committee (TRAN) vote last night on their report, which amends the European Commission’s proposal for an Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR). …

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Council agrees on emergency measures to reduce energy prices

News from Brussels Council of the EU - 2022-09-30

EU energy ministers today reached a political agreement on a proposal for a Council Regulation to address high energy prices. …

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