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A városi mobilitás új keretrendszere

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Opinion Number: CDR 952/2022
Rapporteur: GAASCH Linda
Commission: COTER
Status: Adopted
Date: 11/10/2022
 

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EU Road Safety Results Conference 2022

The COTER Chair was invited by Commissioner VALEAN to take part in the opening session of the 2022 edition of the EU Road Safety Results Conference together with EP TRAN Chair, Karima Delli, and Martin Kupka, Minister of Transport, on behalf of the Czech Council Presidency. Mr BOC delivered an introductory statement on behalf of the CoR and took part in the subsequent panel discussion, drawing notably on the key messages set out in the CoR opinion on the New Urban Mobility Framework.

 
08 Dec
 

Annual meeting of the POLIS (Cities and Regions for Transport Innovation) Political Group

The rapporteur was invited to address the Political Group of the POLIS Network, which brings together mayors and transport policy advisors from cities and regions across the EU. Together with EP TRAN Chair, Karima Delli, and EU Cities Mission Manager, Patrick Child, Ms GAASCH gave an introductory statement on behalf of the CoR and took part in the subsequent strategic discussion with POLIS members.

 
02 Dec
 

Expert Group on Urban Mobility (EGUM)

Participation of the CoR in the first meeting of the reformed Expert Group on Urban Mobility (EGUM).

 
25 Oct
 

Participation of rapporteur Linda Gaasch in EP REGI Committee meeting

The rapporteur presented the key messages of the CoR opinion during the discussion of the report by the REGI Committee (associated Committee) on the New Urban Mobility Framework.
The intervention by was well received, with several REGI members expressing their support for the key messages highlighted. REGI Chair Younous Omarjee thanked the CoR for its input and commented on the REGI Committee's role at the interface between cohesion and sustainable mobility. He also recalled REGI's responsibility for urban-rural connectivity and the urgent need to mitigate increasing social fragmentation by ensuring improved connectivity, as highlighted by the CoR opinion.

 
24 Oct
 

Recommendations from CoR opinion taken up in AMs tabled in TRAN Committee.

 
20 Oct
 

Recommendations from CoR opinion taken up in AMs tabled in TRAN Committee

A series of the recommendations set out in the CoR opinion were taken up in amendments tabled by members of the EP's TRAN Committee.

 
20 Oct
 

Opinion covered in Forbes business magazine

Key messages of the CoR opinion and interview with the rapporteur included in the following article published by Forbes magazine:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/carltonreid/2022/10/12/boost-walking-cycling-and-public-transit-demand-local-leaders-from-eus-committee-of-the-regions/?sh=8c0aa025ff77

 
14 Oct
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