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Public consultation on the review of Regulation (EC) No 1073/2009 on common rules for access to the international market for coach and bus services

Infringements: December package

Road safety: New EU cross-border exchange of information helps police pursue traffic offences committed abroad

New EU rules have had a positive impact on tackling road traffic offences committed abroad: a report adopted today shows that the number of investigated offences committed by non-residents increased by four times to approximately 2 million between 2013 and 2015 in the Member States which have implemented the rules (By November 2016, 23 out of 28 EU Member States implemented the “Cross-Border Enforcement Directive” – the UK, Denmark and Ireland have a derogation and can implement the Directive by 6 May 2017; Finland and Portugal have yet to implement the Directive).

Road safety: New EU cross-border exchange of information helps police pursue traffic offences committed abroad

New EU rules have had a positive impact on tackling road traffic offences committed abroad: a report adopted today shows that the number of investigated offences committed by non-residents increased by four times to approximately 2 million between 2013 and 2015 in the Member States which have implemented the rules (By November 2016, 23 out of 28 EU Member States implemented the “Cross-Border Enforcement Directive” – the UK, Denmark and Ireland have a derogation and can implement the Directive by 6 May 2017; Finland and Portugal have yet to implement the Directive).

EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ESPORG

ESPORG will hold a European conference in Brussels on the 5th of October 2016. We will discuss the ideas and needs of our members and partners together with public officials and representatives of the private sector. It will also present our President Robert Kastner

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