To address European ambitions in terms of reducing energy consumption, introducing renewable energy sources, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and safety concerns, Flanders supports the sustainable transitions in technology trends that the automotive manufacturing industry have to address to remain
One of the transition priorities of the Flemish government vision 2050 is a 'Smooth and smart mobility system'. For this priority, safety on the road and emissions reduction are key concerns to reduce road accidents. To contribute to these goals, a new partnership initiative has been established to
The Ministry for Urban Development and Roads is responsible for the following transport related authorities in Malta:- Coordination of Urban Development Projects- Malta Transport Authority (MTA). The MTA was set up in 2001 in order to improve co-ordination between the transport sectors.
The Ministry for Competitiveness and Communications is responsible for the following transport related authorities in Malta:- Civil Aviation- Malta Maritime Authority. The Ministry’s responsibilities were assigned to "Ministry for Infrastructure Transport and Communications"(MITC).
The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC/ATC) is a national association with a mission to promote the provision of safe, secure, efficient, effective and environmentally and financially sustainable transportation services in support of Canada's social and economic goals.
In 2001, the need for long-term policy-oriented research to support the activities of the Flemish Government became apparent. As a result, 12 Flemish Research Groups consisting of one or more universities or research organisations performing long-term research were established. The aim of these
By 2010 the number of road traffic deaths in Flanders should be reduced by 5%. The cost of car driving will increase dramatically whilst a ticket for the train, tram or bus will become significantly cheaper. These are a few of the targets put forward by the Flemish Government in the Mobility Plan
It is conceived to develop an efficient, safe and non-polluting transport system (for passengers and freight), providing interconnected transport networks and designing, executing and managing the infrastructure, in order to reduce the damages to environment and to raise the quality-cost ratio.The
Theme 1 - Mobility and Multi- Modality Management 2001-2005 follows on from Theme 2 - Mobility and Multi- Modality Management 2000-2001. The first programme was focused on 3 main themes - the environmental management of airports, the regional express network (RER) and the optimisation of the SNCB