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Artificial intelligence takes centre stage at IRU meeting

News from Brussels IRU - 2024-03-19

Members of the IRU Commission on Technical Affairs (CIT) discussed artificial intelligence in road transport, weights and dimensions, and decarbonisation at their latest meeting.  …

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Barriers to next phase of electric vehicle transition revealed

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-03-15

Public charging availability, expensive upfront costs, higher electricity bills, battery lifetime, and charging times all cited as key concerns in making the transition to a battery electric vehicle (BEV) for the “early majority” - the s …

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Position paper – Revision of the Combined Transport Directive

News from Brussels ACEA - 2024-03-15

ACEA commends efforts to enhance support measures for combined transport organisers and extend the Directive’s scope to all intra-EU intermodal transport. …

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Platform Workers Directive: National implementation is now key

News from Brussels IRU - 2024-03-15

EU Member States have reached a last-minute consensus on the Platform Workers Directive, aiming to regulate the gig economy while accommodating diverse national models. The focus now turns to national implementation. …

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Better working conditions for truck drivers at the touch of an app

News from Brussels IRU - 2024-03-14

Being a truck driver can be challenging. Truckfly’s CEO, Stéphane Rabiller, explains how its app is improving the daily lives of over 330,000 truck drivers. …

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EU needs to replace polluting cars and stop building new roads to meet 2040 climate target – analysis

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-03-13

T&E's Car Decarbonisation Roadmap shows which measures will clean up the vehicle fleet most effectively. …

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Clean solutions for all: T&E’s car decarbonisation roadmap

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-03-13

T&E’s sets out how to meet the EU’s overall climate targets by providing clean and affordable solutions for all drivers. …

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EU auditors say EU road safety progress is ‘barely moving’

News from Brussels ETSC - 2024-03-13

The European Court of Auditors has warned in a new report that the EU and its member states will need to ‘move their efforts up a gear’ to reach targets of halving road deaths and serious injuries by 2030.   …

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Euro 7 deal passes major hurdle, strengthening Europe’s position as world leader in emission standards

News from Brussels ACEA - 2024-03-13

13 March 2024’s Euro 7 European Parliament vote cements Europe’s place as the global pacesetter for emission standards for cars, vans, trucks, and buses. …

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WSC selects NCB for liner shipping Cargo Safety Program

News from Brussels World Shipping Council - 2024-03-13

Despite mandatory international and national regulations on the transport of dangerous goods, these goods continue to be mis-declared or not declared, driving an alarming increase in ship fires. …

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