About this initiative

Summary

Offenders from abroad often go unpunished because they cannot be identified or because penalties are not executed. This Directive helps Member States authorities to pursue offenders by allowing the person behind the vehicle's registration to be disclosed. Still, offenders encounter difficulties due to lack of translation when appealing or because of unclear penalty payment schemes. The revision aims to further improve cross-border enforcement procedures and ensure fair treatment of offenders.

Topic
Transport
Type of act
Amended proposal for a directive
Category
REFIT

Roadmap

Feedback: closed
Type

Inception impact assessment
More about roadmaps.

Feedback period
15 March 2019 - 12 April 2019 (midnight Brussels time)
View feedback received >
Download (227.6 KB - PDF - 5 pages)

Feedback (16)

Showing results 1 to 3

  • 12 April 2019 Consumer organisation
    European Automobile Clubs (Belgium)

    EAC comprising currently six member clubs from Austria, Germany, Slovakia as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina representing above 2.5 million road users endorses the European Commission’s initiative to revise the current Cross-Border Enforcement Directive aiming at improving its effectiveness and efficiency. We appreciate the opportunity to provide our feedback on this endeavour and to accompany the policy-making process with our first-hand...

  • 12 April 2019 Other
    EUROCITIES (Belgium)

    EUROCITIES is the political platform for major European cities. We network the local governments of over 140 of Europe’s largest cities and more than 40 partner cities that between them govern some 130 million citizens across 39 countries. EUROCITIES welcomes the Commission’s Inception Impact Assessment on the Cross-Border Enforcement (CBE) Directive, which city authorities consider to be an important element to address road safety in the EU. ...

  • 12 April 2019 Public authority
    City of Antwerp (Belgium)

    The City of Antwerp appreciates the initiative of the European Commission to improve the procedures for fining violations under the Cross-Border Enforcement (CBE) directive. The fair and equal treatment of offenders is crucial to make an enforcement system credible. Proper enforcement procedures need to be set in place to ensure traffic violations from offenders abroad are recorded and litigated to guarantee such fair treatment. This will...

All feedback (16) >

Public consultation

Feedback: upcoming
Planned for
First quarter 2020

Commission adoption

Type

Amended proposal for a directive
More about adopted acts

Planned for
Third quarter 2021

Subscribe to receive notifications

Be notified by email when new initiatives are added on topics you're interested in or follow developments to individual initiatives.
You won't receive more than 1 email per day and you can manage your subscription preferences whenever you like.

Log in / Register