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EU Parliament TRAN committee will discuss amendments

The next TRAN Committee meeting will take place from Monday 11 April 15.00 p.m. to Tuesday 12 April 18.30 p.m. in Brussels in room 4Q1 (JAN). The meeting will be webstreamed. On the agenda the report from MEP Dieter-Lebrecht KOCH about Road-Safety -2020. info 268 amendments have to be regarded. Among those many precious topics which FEVR welcomes cordially: Amendment selection E […]

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MEPs against impunity on the european roads

Cross border road safety infractions: MEPs against impunity on the roads TRAN will discuss when Member States should exchange data about certain road safety offences on 12/04/11. The Rapporteur, Inés Ayala Sender (S&D, ES), will present her draft recommendation which aims to reinforce provisions adopted by the Council in first reading. more Info

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Welcome to EU Commission White Paper on Transport 2050

Acting on transport safety: saving thousands of lives FEVR appreciate that in the White Paper just issued by the EU Commssion Transport 2050 for the first time the Vision Zero is mentionned as well as a strategy to define severe injuries to have then a reduction target vulnerable road users and CO2 emssions reduction are […]

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2nd meeting of NGO’s

Second Global Meeting of Nongovernmental Organizations Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims 14-15 March 2011 – hosted by the Pan American Health Organization Headquarters – Washington, DC, USA Some 100 representatives from NGO’s  from the whole world will meet to share knowledge and experiences FEVR will be represented through 10 delegates from her member associations. […]

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Cross Boarder Enforcement Directive

CBE no ” opt in” by UK ? FEVR is regretting too, as is ETSC , (communication pdf ) that the UK government has decided to delay their “opt in” for the CBE directive which was set on the “rails” by EU Transport Minister Council on past 2nd december. We think that here a real […]

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FEVR Newsletter 1.2011

Editorial Dear Friends Here at last is the first version of the FEVR newsletter. For some time now we have been thinking of renewing with the tradition initiated with success by our founding President Marcel Haegi, which continued until his death in 2004. The newsletter will be complementary to our Internet site and will appear […]

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Luxemburgs Road Victim Association

AVR was created in April 1992, as an initiative of some victims of traffic accidents, along with a small group of experts. All volunteers, their aim was to assist and support traffic accident victims and their families through the difficulties following such an event. Supported by the Ministry of the Family since 1995, AVR has been specially backed […]

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