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Organised jointly by the Cabinet of Commissioner Violeta Bulc, the European Commission Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) and the Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Insitute (FSR Transport), this executive symposium explores the challenges for EU road transport in the current regulatory context with the purpose to prepare for a series of EU Road Transport Initiatives, which are already under discussion.

A selected group of participants, including representatives of Academia, Ministries, Local Authorities, Regulators, Toll Service Providers, Car Manufacturers, System Providers, Workers and Associations will join this Executive Symposium.

This event is by invite only.


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David Kupfer
+390554685862
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Villa La Fonte – Seminar Room
Via delle Fontanelle, 18
Fiesole, FL 50014 Italy

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