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Delegated regulations enable the Commission to supplement or amend non‑essential parts of EU laws. For example, in order to define detailed measures related to a law.
The Commission prepares the draft and adopts the delegated act after consulting expert groups, composed of representatives from each EU country. If Parliament and Council have no objections, the act enters into force. It then becomes directly applicable in all EU countries.
COMMISSION DELEGATED REGULATION (EU) …/... supplementing Directive 2010/40/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the provision of EU-wide multimodal travel information services
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SNCF would like to thank the European Commission for the broad consultation work undertaken during the preparatory phases of this delegated act. SNCF would like to draw attention on the following points: • Article 4.1 b : the railway companies need to comply with TAP TSI (Edifact format) which is different from the NeTex format used in urban rail ; SNCF would favour the use of ‘and/or’ instead of ‘and’ when mentioning NeTEx and EDIFACT in...
The Swedish Transport Administration (Sweden)
Sweden supports the proposal of the commission delegated regulation. It has a good potential to facilitate and accelerate the development of the EU-wide multimodal travel information services. We would have preferred an recommendation of a international metadata standard. The most appropriate is DCAT which is produced by the European Commission.
Amadeus IT Group SA (United Kingdom)
Amadeus contribution on Draft Delegated Regulation supplementing Directive 2010/40/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the provision of EU-wide multimodal travel information services - 18th April 2017 The proposed Draft Commission Delegated Regulation on the provision of EU-wide multimodal travel information services attempts to head in the right direction. Firstly, it prepares the ground for standardisation of...
Le projet de règlement en vue de services d’information pour des trajets multimodaux reprend, pour une large part, les souhaits des opérateurs de transports réunis au sein de l'UTP. Toutefois, en préalable, l’UTP relève une modification substantielle de la définition (11) ‘user’ qui vient fortement modifier la portée de ce futur règlement. Il nous parait nécessaire de supprimer cette définition afin de limiter la réutilisation des données aux...