“The public consultation on projects in the area of cross-border carbon dioxide transport infrastructure that have been submitted as candidate Projects of Common Interest (PCIs) will close on 15 August.”
The Commission is currently carrying out an evaluation of the Directive to assess to which extent the ITS Directive contributed to the faster and more coordinated deployment of ITS as well as the better functioning of the road transport system and its interfaces with other modes of transport. As part of the evaluation process, the Commission is carrying out this public consultation.
“Three new EU-funded mobility projects have launched a survey to help them understand cities’ needs and barriers when trying to develop Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).”
“Modernising and simplifying the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), one of the European Union’s longstanding policies, will allow it to better respond to today’s social, political, environmental and economic challenges.”
A short (5-10 mins) online survey is available.
“Cohesion Policy, Research and innovation policy, industry policy, education and skills policy and related policies (including digital single market, agriculture, energy union, growth and investment plan, internal market, etc.)”
Update – the deadline has been extended until 24 March 2017.
“The consultation can be of particular interest to local, regional and national public authorities and public contracting entities that procure road transport vehicles and contracts involving such vehicles. ”
The Commission is currently preparing the 4th EU Aarhus Implementation Report.
A summary of feedback from consultations on the above which were carried out in 2015.
“The objective of the consultation is to collect information from a wide audience on different aspects of the implementation of the Joint Undertakings operating under Horizon 2020. This consultation aims to collect the views of the public about the implementation of the Joint Undertakings (JUs) under Horizon 2020 for the period 2014 to 2016.”
“The European Commission is consulting stakeholders on how to revise the Code of Best Practice on the conduct of State aid control proceedings. The Commission intends to carry out a review to reflect, on the one hand, the amendments brought to the State aid framework (in particular with regard to the Procedural Regulation No 1589/2015) and, on the other hand, to take account of the experience gained with the implementation of the Code. The objective is to ensure coherence and consistency in the application of the various instruments of the State Aid framework (including the Simplified Procedure Notice and its recent public consultation) and to draw conclusions on the implementation and effectiveness of the Code of Best Practice.”