Brussels Briefing on Transport – All you need to know for October 2015

No surprise that the biggest transport issue this month is the Volkswagen Scandal, particularly the lessons that should be drawn from it. There has also been a agreement on the 4th Railway Package, so negotiations between MEPs and the Luxembourg Presidency can now begin. Additionally, the issues of Rail Security and the EU’s Visa regime will be addressed in the forthcoming weeks. Last but not least, the TRAN Committee has adopted its Sustainable Urban Mobility Report. Dave Keating provides an overview of all there is to know on transport for the coming weeks.

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