The final Directive, as adopted by the European Parliament and the Council on 29.092014 following the inter-institutional negotiations
Requires Member States to develop national policy frameworks for the market development of alternative fuels and their infrastructure;Foresees the use of common technical specifications for recharging and refuelling stations,paves the way for setting up appropriate consumer information on alternative fuels, including a clear and sound price comparison methodology.
ITS Action Plan proposes follow-up measures for further ITS development in the Czech Republic. Specifically, these include obtaining and ensuring the transfer and quality of source data, storing data, assessment and processing and subsequent forwarding of the information to users or business entities. Other measures relate to traffic control, process of passenger or goods carriage and provision of related services. Final measures focus on compliance with road traffic rules and systemic and cross-section measures and are divided into technical, organizational and R&D categories. For the purpose of imple¬menting technical and R&D measures, investment activities are expected; as for the organizational aspects
Pursuant to Article 17(1) of the Directive 2010/40/EU , the Member States had to submit to the Commission by 27 August 2011 a report on their national activities and projects regarding the priority areas referred to in Article 2 of and in Annex I to the Directive 2010/40/EU.
Cesena Automatic Underground Parking System
Italy has transposed the ITS Directive (Dir. 2010/40/CE) through Article 8 of the Law-Decree n. 179/2012. Complying to that article, this Decree sets the basic guidelines to ensure the design, deployment and development of ITS in Italy, in a way which is coordinated, integrated and consistent with policies and activities at EU level. These guidelines are the methodological and operational basis for the subsequent definition of a national Action Plan on the development of ITS
S.I. No. 366 of 2008 of the ROAD TRAFFIC (CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF VEHICLES) (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS 2008 was applied on 1st November 2013. These regulations provide that 4.65 metres is the maximum height limit for vehicles in Ireland. In line with these regulations as of 1st November 2013 it is no longer possible to obtain a transit permit for an over height vehicle.
Cooperative Mobility Systems and Services for Energy Efficiency
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