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cover picture for infographic on the European Parliament's position in the EU long-term budget negotiations showing what priorities require new funds
03-06-2020 - 12:54

The TRAN Committee will discuss with Henrik Hololei, Director-General for Mobility and Transport at the European Commission, the funding perspectives in the field of transport in view of the fresh EU Recovery Plan and the revised proposal for the MFF 2021-2027. The exchange of views will take place on Monday morning, 8 June 2020 in room ANTALL 4Q2 from where it will be webstreamed.

Line of trucks on the D5 highway. The D5 is important transport connection between West Bohemia and Bavaria in Germany.
02-06-2020 - 09:42

On 8 June the TRAN Committee will vote on the tabled amendments and the draft recommendations for second reading for the three social and market access files of Mobility Package I: • Posting drivers in the road transport sector, • Minimum requirements on maximum daily and weekly driving times, minimum breaks and daily and weekly rest periods: positioning by means of tachographs and • Pursuing the occupation of road transport operator and access to the international road haulage market.

Passenger standing at railway platform waiting for board the high speed electric train at subway station. Modern train transport. Tourist standing at floor paint red arrow sign. Urban travel lifestyle
28-05-2020 - 18:25

Invited by the TRAN Committee, the Commission presented the package of guidelines and recommendations, adopted on 13 May 2020, to help Member States gradually lift travel restrictions and allow tourism businesses to reopen after months of lockdown, while respecting necessary health precautions. The package also aims at helping the EU tourism sector recover from the pandemic, by supporting businesses and ensuring that Europe continues to be the number one destination for visitors.

Passenger and cargo transportations around the world - vector illustration
18-05-2020 - 14:47

The European Parliament approved on 15 May 2020 four legislative proposals that will provide more flexibility to the transport sector by temporarily removing administrative barriers and burdens.

City street with empty road and morning light in Europe, Lithuania, Vilnius. ©PavloVakhrushev/AdobeStock
12-05-2020 - 09:30

On Monday 11 May 2020, the Transport and Tourism Committee discussed with the Commission urgent relief measures for the transport sector, while reiterating the need for an EU-wide recovery strategy.

Empty beaches, cancelled flights, silent streets – Europe’s tourism industry has been ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. The European Parliament wants to see ambitious support for the continent’s tourism sector.
07-05-2020 - 13:55

Tourism is one of the sectors most affected by the Covid-19 outbreak. Read more on how the EU is protecting businesses, workers and passengers.

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