The upcoming TRAN Committee will be held on 19 & 20 February in Brussels. The meeting will be webstreamed.

During the meeting there will be a debate and a vote on the own-initiative (draft) report on a European Strategy on Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems.

The draft report (rapporteur: Istvan Ujhelyi (S&D, Hungary) follows the EC Communication on strategy for deployment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) as from 2019. The Rapporteur welcomes this communication and highlights the potential of digital technologies in road transport. The report focuses on data protection, cybersecurity, communication technologies and interoperability of systems. The key message is to encourage industrial sectors to join forces so that the results of digital advances can be properly put in place and applied. Amendments will be considered on Monday 19 February at 16h35 and the vote will take place on Tuesday 20 February at 9h00 in room PHS 1A2.

Click here to view the draft report and related documents.


Road charging and Bulgarian Presidency's transport priorities were on the menu of the TRAN Committee held on 22 & 23 January

The Mobility Package was the focus of this TRAN Committee meeting. The Rapporteurs presented first 3 reports, covering road charging aspects, on Monday 22 January.

The following day saw the presentation of 4 reports, this time considering the market and social aspects of the package. On the same day, Mr Ivaylo Moskovski, the Bulgarian Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, presented the priorities of the Bulgarian Presidency for the first half of 2018.

Click here to read more about the latest TRAN meeting.

Click here to download the programme of the EU Bulgarian Presidency.


Other documents of interest to download:

Click here to download the TRAN calendar 2018 (final)

Click here to download the TRAN Committee's Work in Progress (situation on 08.02.2018)

Click here to download the January-February 2018 issue of the TRAN Committee newsletter

Cllick here to download the January 2018 issue of the TRAN Committee newsletter


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