Transport connects Europe

New technologies and business models, the external pressures of environmental concerns, fluctuating energy demands, deteriorating infrastructure and shifting populations are forcing changes to Europe’s transport systems and requiring new regulatory responses.

Given this complexity, FleishmanHillard has identified and presented in one timeline the major transport policy initiatives for 2016. Initiatives cover different modes and come from different services in the European Commission, reflecting the interconnected nature of the transport sector. In sum, the calendar for the year ahead shows the urgency for business to anticipate and manage the impacts of transport legislation.

For more information please contact:
Rob Anger | Senior Vice President & Partner | FH Transport

Robert.anger@fleishmaneurope.com