◼️ 26/04/2022 PARLIAMENTARY QUESTION TO THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (ARES (2022) 2259456), presented by the vice president of the European Parliament, Mrs. Pina Picierno. Subject: Local public passenger transport on request – rental vehicles with driver https://www.europarl.europa.eu/doceo/document/E-9-2022-001583_IT.html
◼️ EUROPEAN COMMISSION – Regulation (EU) of 2.2.2022
Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) of 2.2.2022 supplementing Directive 2010/40/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the provision of EU-wide real-time traffic information services
◼️ EUROPEAN COMMISSION –Brussels, 02.02.2022
Commission Notice on well-functioning and sustainable local passenger transport-on-demand (taxis and PHV). Passenger transport-on-demand, meaning transport services with a car and a driver, which
happen on demand of the passenger, is and has been an important part of the mobility offer
available to citizens. These services are usually carried out by taxis and/or Private Hire
Vehicles with driver (PHV).
◼️ EUROPEAN COMMISSION – SPEECH 24 January 2022
Presentation of the Efficient and green Mobility package Brussels, 24 January 2022. The four proposals in the latest package are designed to modernise our transport system by upgrading some of its core components: the Trans-European Transport Network, intelligent transport systems, long-distance and cross-border train travel and urban mobility. The positive impact of these cross-cutting proposals will be felt by passengers, city-dwellers, and of course the transport sector Itself.
◼️ EUROPEAN COMMISSION – 14 December 2021
New transport proposals target greater efficiency and more sustainable travel. To support the transition to cleaner, greener, and smarter mobility, in line with the objectives of the European Green DealCerca le traduzioni disponibili del link precedenteEN•••, the Commission today adopted four proposals that will modernise the EU’s transport system. By increasing connectivity and shifting more passengers and freight to rail and inland waterways, by supporting the roll-out of charging points, alternative refuelling infrastructure, and new digital technologies, by placing a stronger focus on sustainable urban mobility, and by making it easier to choose different transport options in an efficient multimodal transport system, the proposals will put the transport sector on track to cutting its emissions by 90%.
◼️ EUROPEAN COMMISSION – EUROBAROMETER – PUBLICATION JULY 2020
The Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport conducted a survey in the European Union Member States between 11 and 29 September 2019 to explore a range of factors relating to mobility, including daily and longer-distance travel amongst Europeans.
ITALY – Urban mobility and transport – Publcation July 2020 file:///C:/Users/Segreteria/Desktop/ebs_495_fact_it_en.pdf
◼️ EUROPEAN COMMISSION
Transport and the Green Deal. With transport contributing around 5% to EU GDP and employing more than 10 million people in Europe, the transport system is critical to European businesses and global supply chains. At the same time, transport is not without costs to our society: greenhouse gas and pollutant emissions, noise, road crashes and congestion.