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SPEECH: The future of Europe’s waterways: steering a course ahead

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In his speech, Vice-President Siim Kallas explains several ways to improve the quality and efficiency of the inland waterways sector as well as the efficiency of the organisational set-up, making the best use of European skills.

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Study: Fact Finding Study on the legal and contractual basis of passenger rights in urban public transport

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The scope of the Study is to provide a comprehensive overview of the legal basis at national level for the application of passenger rights covering all modes of urban public transport in each of the Member States and in the selected non-EU countries. The urban public transport modes covered by the Study are bus, light rail, tram, metro, train, city ferries and taxi.

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Call: ELAN calls for Experts to provide technical support

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The European Logistics Advisory Network (ELAN) is inviting external logistic experts to provide technical support to the ELAN network and to boost the knowledge level of transport users and logistics service providers, in order to shift cargo to inland waterways.

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Open door day 2013 at the European Commission on May 4

Open Doors 2013

Under the theme of the European Year of citizens, the Europe Day 2013 will allow all citizens to discover the concrete actions of the European Commission in the Berlaymont and at the Schuman roundabout from 10.00 to 18.00 (last entry at 17.00), but also to participate in citizens debates organised throughout the city.

A Europe Day, because Europe is there for you!

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Campaign: Do the Right Mix!

The central objective of this campaign is to promote the advantages of combining different modes of transportation. The campaign bears the slogan ‘Do the Right Mix’, and aims to highlight and advertise the fact that by using different modes of transportation for each journey as appropriate, people can improve their health, their finances and the environment.

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