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Polis provides written responses in the format of position papers and replies to consultations to communicate their messages to the European Institutions on issues relating to urban and regional mobility. Below, please find published positions from Polis.
30 European transport associations call on the European Parliament and the Council to approve the Commission proposal for the review of the Multi-Annual Financial Framework. The proposal foresees an increase of EUR 1.4 billion for the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) budget. The current proposal would contribute to enhancing the role of transport as an enabler of economic growth and job creation, which at the moment employs directly and indirectly 20 million people (10% of total EU employment).
This position paper details Polis views toward the upcoming European Commission strategy on the decarbonisation of Transport in Europe expected to be published on 20th July.
Polis joined forces in April 2016 with many associations in the transport sector calling on more investment on CEF Transport grants.
This paper calls for the necessary means to make the TEN-T network, a smart and well thought transport infrastructure plan for Europe, a reality. On its own it will create 10 million additional jobs by 2030.
We want to be able to exploit at the fullest the synergies between transport, energy and digitalisation to keep our continent at the forefront of the 21th century. For this reason, the transport sector urges the EU institutions to increase the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) budget in the upcoming review of the Multi-Annual Financial Framework.
At the occasion of the informal Council of Ministers on transport, the European Citizens Mobility Forum has issued a communication toward the Action Programme published in 2015 by the platform.
As a full member of the platform, Polis fully endorsed the key message as well as the whole action programme.
Joint letter by POLIS, Eurocities, ETSC and T&E calling to include the direct vision requirements for Heavy Duty Vehicles in the upcoming revision of the General Safety and Pedestrian Safety Regulations