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ACEA comments on the Commission’s proposal for a Connecting Europe Facility (CEF)ACEA supports the Commission’s intention to review the current TEN‐T policy, and notes the Commission’s view that the development of all transport modes is one of the objectives of the revision, but ACEA regrets that the CEF proposal, in clear contradiction with the TEN‐T revision, proposal, excludes road from the possibility of getting grants for works, and excludes road from the list of pre‐identified projects in the core network corridors (which are the corridors that will benefit from the CEF funding)
Automobile industry supports holistic transport policy approach; rejects u-turn on ‘co-modality’ in White PaperThe ‘White Paper’ on transport published today by the European Commission in Brussels recognises that mobility and transportation will further boost economic growth and job creation while addressing major societal challenges including sustainable development, environmental protection and transport-related safety.
Sustainable mobility is a goal for European auto makers, not just an aspiration. However, it is clear that a model of sustainable mobility cannot emerge from technology alone. A little like a jigsaw, there are many pieces that must be joined together to form a complete picture.
European Transport Policy
The road transport sector is both the lifeblood of and a major contributor to the European economy. Road transport fulfils the overwhelming majority of transport needs for companies and individuals, delivering the goods we take for granted in our homes and workplaces, and the services upon which the business community relies.
European Modular System
- Organisations saying yes to EMS: Comments to the Communication on the future of European transport policy
Directive recognises importance of making roads saferThe "Directive on Road Infrastructure Safety Management" offers Member States a toolkit of safety management procedures and directs the way to ensure that Europe overcomes today's unacceptable patchwork of national standards resulting from decades of under-investment, which needlessly put lives at risk.
The commercial vehicle industry is a key industrial asset for Europe
The commercial vehicle industry is vital to Europe's economic and social functioning, both as an enabler of business, commerce and social life and as a direct source of economic activity and employment in its own right.
Commercial Vehicles and the Environment: Moving towards Cleaner Transport
We are all concerned about protecting the environment, the commercial vehicle industry included. In fact, respect for the environment is a core value of the European truck industry - and for some manufacturers, has been so for the last 30 years. As a result, modern trucks are significantly cleaner, more fuel-efficient and quieter than those of previous generations. Even more importantly, they are less polluting and more efficient than other forms of freight transport.
Commercial Vehicles and Road Safety: Committed to Constant Progress
- ACEA STATEMENT: Weights & Dimensions: A further step towards innovative, flexible trucks of the future
- PRESS RELEASE: Auto industry welcomes proposals to expand clean fuel infrastructure
- PRESS RELEASE: Andreas Renschler to lead ACEA Commercial Vehicle Board for 2013
- PRESS RELEASE: Automobile manufacturers call for improved conditions for electrically-chargeable vehicles
- Global Commercial Vehicle Meeting 2012
- Our Future Mobility Now ‘Ask a CEO’ Competition
- Sergio Marchionne Calls on Students and Graduates to "Ask a CEO!"
- PRESS RELEASE: ACEA, CLEPA and EURELECTRIC promote single standard for charging electrically-chargeable vehicles
- ‘Our Future Mobility Now’ project successfully launched in Brussels
- I principali leader dell'industria automobilistica hanno incontrato a Bruxelles giovani del mondo dell'industria automotiva e dell'università provenienti da tutta Europa per approfondire il dialogo cominciato online sul futuro della mobilità e del tr
Market & Economy
- Diesel Emissions Conference, & Adblue Forum 2013 Europe, 18-20 June 2013. ACEA members get a 20% discount on the registration fee.
Recent and Past Events
- ACEA Annual Transport Policy Event 2012: How Can Policy Reflect Changing Transport Demands? 6 December 2012,Brussels. Click here for more...
- Our Future Mobility Now "Innovation for Europe, Skills for the Future" Roundtable 10 October 2012. Click here for more...