The European Commission commemorates on Sunday 18 November the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, a day to remember those killed or injured on roads.
Update: the programme has been revised.
UKTiE’s annual transport policy summit is Europe’s largest gathering of senior EU policy and law makers together with the UK’s leading transport organisations. Join us to discuss how the UK can continue to play an active role in shaping European transport legislation as a third country.
The SUITS Consortium invites representatives from research institutions and universities, the larger scientific community, transport industry, transport service providers, cities representatives, local regional bodies, national and regional authorities, regulators, policy makers, civil society, media representatives, and public and private research & development (R&D) partners in the field of innovative transport to discuss the challenges associated with capacity building in small- and medium-sized cities.
The EU is adapting its rules on the type-approval for a wide range of light motor vehicles with two, three or four wheels to take account of the latest scientific data. EU ambassadors today confirmed an agreement reached with the European Parliament.
The congress is a platform to exchange the latest information, to meet business partners and to get easy access to new potential clients.
At EMCE 2019, Industry shall present their newest services, technologies and future designs in the field of E-Mobility, Power Distribution as well as Energy Storage.
The coming electric vehicle boom will significantly increase the demand for cobalt in the EU and globally. As a result, demand is expected to exceed supply already in 2020 and the EU must take steps to boost supply and curb demand without hindering the growth in electric vehicles, according to a new JRC report presented at the EU Raw Material Week in Brussels.