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Call on the European Parliament and the Council to approve the Commission proposal for the review of the Multi-Annual Financial Framework
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.
On July 8th, Polis together with ECF, Eurocities, ETSC, T&E and CONEBI issued an open letter in order to support an amendment in the White Paper Midterm Review on an EU Roadmap for cycling.
The vote in the Transport committee of the European Parliament is expected next week, and the plenary vote will be in September.
Polis together with Eurocities sent an open letter to MEPs in order to vote for ambitious National Emission Ceiling Directive to tackle air pollution in urban areas.
In that perspective, both organization are calling for ambitious 2025 targets to limitate the emission ofParticulate Matters, Nitrogen Oxides and Ammonia. Furthermore, we also advocate for the implementation of Real Driving Emission Test procedure, which should reflect the reality in terms of pollutants emitted by cars. Europe should adopt an integrated approach in these issues.
On 8th of April 2015, Polis and UITP addressed a letter to the Members of the European Parliament in order to raise their concerns about theCommission’s proposal to reallocate a part of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) and ofthe Horizon 2020 program to the European Funds for Strategic Inevstments (EFSI) mechanism.
Position Paper of the Polis Environment & Health in Transport working group. Update of Paper "Securing the health benefits of active travel in Europe", March 2012.
The European Commission Urban Mobility Package is composed of the Communication “Together, towards competitive and resource efficient urban mobility” in Europe and five staff working documents (SUMPs, ITS, Road User charging, Safety and Urban logistics), all of which are addresses in the Polis position paper.
Polis position paper for the International Transport Forum 2014 Summit, based on the work undertaken in the EU-funded PASTA project, THE PEP and the Polis Health and Environment Working Group.
Polis position paper for the International Transport Forum 2014 Summit, based on the work undertaken in the Polis Traffic Efficiency and Mobility Working Group and the EU project POSSE.
The paper calls upon European institutions and other European actors to take action, to ensure that the promotion of health benefits of active travel are maximised in all relevant European policies and programmes.