FEVR’s main aims are to offer sup­port and help to road crash vic­tims by provid­ing free emo­tional, prac­tical and jur­idical assist­ance, through member associations and to con­trib­ute to road safety by high­light­ing road danger and the causes of crashes in order to influ­ence insti­tu­tions and author­it­ies towards imple­ment­ing and enfor­cing road safety meas­ures far more effectively.

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Violeta Bulc new Slovenian nominee to be European commissioner for transport?

.….…it might have made more sense to give Bulc the digital agenda portfolio. She has no experience with transport policy, something she freely admitted to transport committee chair Michael Cramer, a German Green, when they met on Wednesday night at the European Parliament. Cramer is sceptical that she has what it takes and considers Continue reading…

Le Conseil adopte sa position sur la directive relative aux infractions routières

Le Conseil “Transports, télécommunications et énergie” réuni ce jour a adopté une orientation générale sur un projet de directive relative à l’échange transfrontière d’informations concernant les infractions routières.

La FEVR souhaite qu’une transposition rapide et efficace de cette mesure par tous les 28 états membres aie lieu dans l’immédiat puisque l’ancienne directive, expire le Continue reading…

Commissioner Designate Maroš Šefčovič EP Hearing

designated Commissioner for Transport & Space Maroš Šefčovič: We need a vision

” last year some 26,000 lives were lost on EU roads and the first figures for 2014 unfortunately show a reverse trend. It is clear that we cannot be complacent about this serious issue, and I will therefore continue to strive towards the Continue reading…

Hearing of Commissioner-designate for Transport and Space

Tomorrow  Mr. Maros SEFCOVIC, commissioner designate responsible for Transport will be in a hearing at the TRAN commission of the European Parliament

We hope that road danger reduction will be still on the agenda

The three-hour hearing will take place in Brussels on Tuesday 30 September from 18:00–21:00, in room JAN 4Q2 (József Antall building).

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