DG MOVE has opened a public consultation aimed at gathering the input of the general public and stakeholders as regards the main problems and proposed solutions for facilitating the implementation of the TEN-T projects.
This report presents a CEDR wide review of issues related to efficient road transport and heavy vehicle issues. Considerations include the regulatory issues such as weights and dimensions relating to road safety and infrastructure protection.
The U.S. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has released a research brief that summarises the key policies and practices in three CEDR member countries that have made progress in developing strategies for reducing climate risks at the national level and integrating climate projections into design criteria and specifications for transportation infrastructure projects.
This report reflects the findings of the CEDR Task Group on Asset Management within CEDR Strategic Plan 3 – 2013-2017 (SP3), aiming to provide a perspective on strengthening of cooperation and learning from road agencies in Europe within the asset management arena.
The European Commission is launching this consultation to collect the views of stakeholders and citizens with regard to the policy options to reduce microplastics entering the marine environment. Main sources of microplastics are reported to include tyre dust and road paint. Members of CEDR’s Water Quality PEB and Environment WG are following the associated stakeholder consultation.
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on the revision of Directive 2008/96/EC on road infrastructure safety management and Directive 2004/54/EC on minimum safety requirements for tunnels in the trans-European road network. The consultation runs from 14/06 – 10/09/2017 Source: Public consultation on road infrastructure and tunnel safety – European Commission
The Governing Board has approved CEDR 2017-03 in which the latest research in the areas of noise reducing pavements, noise barriers, and cost-benefit analysis (CBA)/cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) was comprehensively reviewed and assessed by CEDR Task Group I6 (Road Noise).
The 28th Governing Board of CEDR has accepted Portugal as a member. Meeting in Leipzig during the International Transport Forum’s Summit, the Governing Board welcomed the application of Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes, I.P.