Mobility and Transport

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Non-binding guidance documents on six different aspects of urban access regulations

Non-binding guidance documents on six different aspects of urban access regulations

27/11/2015

Non-binding guidance documents on six different aspects of urban access regulations

The Directorate General for Mobility and Transport has recently launched a study to assist it with the preparation of non-binding guidance documents on six different aspects of urban access regulations. After a tender process, a consortium led by Instituto di Studi per l'Integrazione dei Sistemi (IT) and involving PricewaterhouseCoopers (BE) is conducting the study.

The first two topics to be covered in 2015 are:

  1. Information and communication on the schemes adopted for urban access regulations
  2. (Cross-border) enforcement, vehicle types, their identification and exemptions

Currently and until 7 December 2015, the consortium is gathering stakeholders' input on its consolidated drafts for the first two non-binding guidance documents.

We would greatly appreciate the involvement of all interested stakeholders via http://www.isis-it.net/uvar/