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    international inland transport and integrate the markets concerned Its multilateral quota of transport licences introduced on 1 January 1974 was seen by the Council of Ministers as practical step towards the gradual liberalisation of road freight transport which could only be achieved in conjunction with joined efforts of member States towards the harmonization of the terms of competition both between road hauliers from different countries and between modes of transport By introducing standards regarding noise and exhaust emissions for the green lorry and even stricter emission standards as well as safety requirements for the greener and safe lorry and successively for the EURO III safe EURO IV safe EURO V safe and from 1 January 2014 EURO VI safe lorry the multilateral quota also promotes the use of environment friendly and safe vehicles and thus contributes to ensuring sustainable mobility Pursuing the work on qualitative and quantitative development of the System the Group on Road Transport adopted in 2015 the Quality Charter for international road haulage operations under the ECMT Multilateral Quota approved by the decision of Ministers in May 2015 Quality Charter Statement from Ministers of European Member Countries on a Quality Charter for International Road Haulage Operations under

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  • ECMT Licences for International Road Transport: Country Information
    may appear on 2016 licenecs and logbooks of Czech Republic 14 Jan 2015 N otification from the Czech Republic concerning printing errors on 2015 Short Term Logbooks Denmark Licences 07 Jan 2016 Estonia Licences 07 Jan 2016 Finland Licences updated 4 Feb 2017 France Licences 01 Feb 2016 Georgia Licences updated 12 Feb 2016 Germany Licences updated 07 Jan 2016 Greece Licences updated 29 Jan 2016 Hungary Licences updated 07 Jan 2016 09 04 14 Amendment of the Hungarian Government Decree No 261 2011 XII 7 relating to control procedures while crossing Hungarian Borders Ireland Licences updated 07 Jan 2016 15 Feb 07 Notice to all international hauliers travelling to Dublin Italy Licences updated 07 Jan 2016 24 Dec 14 Notification from Italy relating to corrections of date on issued 2015 licences Latvia Licences updated 12 Feb 2016 Road User Charge introduced in the territory of the Republic of Latvia from 1 July 2014 Notification Road Charges Liechtenstein Licences 07 Jan 2016 Lithuania Licences updated 10 Feb 2016 Luxembourg Licences updated 07 Jan 2016 Macedonia Licences 28 Jan 2016 12 Feb 2016 List of Macedonian Hauliers in possession of ECMT Licences in 2016 Malta Licences 07 Jan 2016 Moldova Licences updated 01 Feb 2016 Montenegro Licences 08 Feb 2016 Netherlands Licences updated 07 Jan 2016 Norway Licences 11 Jan 2016 Poland Licences updated 12 Jan 2016 Portugal Licences updated 29 Jan 2016 Romania Licences 3 Feb 2016 Russia Licences updated 07 Jan 2016 25 Jan 2016 Licence for International Removals issued by Russia No 20001 validity 25 Jan 31 Dec 2016 26 Jan 2009 New regulations on the charging of foreign registered Heavy Goods Vehicles for the use of road infrastructure in the Russian Federation as from 1st February 2009 30 Jan 2007 Model of Russian certificate for roadworthiness test

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  • ECMT Multilateral Quota
    of Compliance with Technical Provisions Concerning Exhaust and Noise Emissions and Safety Requirements for EURO IV safe EURO V safe EEV safe or EURO VI safe Motor Vehicle Annex 4 of the Guide It is valid as from 1 December 2012 Multilingual French English German The Model Certificate of Compliance of a Trailer with the Technical Safety Requirements Annex 5 of the Guide It is valid as from 1 January 2014 Multilingual French English German The Model Certificate of Roadworthiness Test for Motor Vehicles and Trailers It is valid as from 1 January 2014 Annex 6 of the Guide Multilingual French English German New ECMT Certificates for Lorries with TPLW above 3 5 and not exceeding 6 Tonnes Model of Certificate of Compliance with Technical Provisions Concerning Exhaust and Noise Emissions and Safety Requirements for EURO IV 4 Safe EURO V 5 Safe EEV Safe or EURO VI 6 Safe Motor Vehicle Lorry of TPLW above 3 5 and not exceeding 6 Tonnes including specific cases for lorries above 6 Tonnes This model was approved by the Group at its meeting on 25 26 September 2014 It is valid as from 1 January 2015 Multilingual French English German The new Model of ECMT Certificate of Compliance of a Trailer of TPLW not exceeding 3 5 Tonnes with the Technical Safety Requirements This model was approved by the Group at its meeting on 25 26 September 2014 It is valid as from 1 January 2015 Multilingual French English German As from 1 January 2015 the ECMT Certificate of Roadworthiness Test for Motor Vehicles and Trailers Annex 6 of the Guide shall be used also for Lorries with TPLW above 3 5 and not exceeding 6 Tonnes The model of ECMT Authorisation for International Removals was approved by the Group on Road

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  • Road Transport - Frequently Asked Questions on ECMT Licences
    says that 6 6 Licences may be withdrawn by the issuing Authorities in the event of serious or repeated infringements of the usage of ECMT licences or social or traffic rules and in cases of insufficient use or use for recurring transport operations only It is therefore acknowledged that the bilateral transport operations involving the country of registration are not regarded as recurring transport and therefore shall not be considered as a misuse of the licence Moreover in the case of recurring transport it is a responsibility of the competent Authorities of the country of registration solely to define whether the licences are being used insufficiently and take a decision on their withdrawal Certificates for Tractor and Semi Trailer Is it necessary for a semi trailer to correspond to the same or a higher ecological standards as the tractor vehicle itself as there are cases when for instance by some controlling Authorities a EURO III or IV or V certificate for the semi trailer is required As stated in the ECMT Multilateral Quota User Guide The EURO III safe lorry scheme page 121 Chapter 9 The EURO IV safe lorry scheme page 33 Chapter 10 The EURO V safe lorry scheme page 41 and Chapter 11 The EURO VI safe lorry scheme page 53 minimum safety requirements are required for both the vehicle itself and the trailer Therefore a specific certificate should be filled in for trailers when they are registered and checked for roadworthiness test cf Annexes 8 and 9 These certificates attest the minimum safety requirements The for the trailer or semi trailer to correspond to the emission standards of the towing tractor vehicle i e EURO III or IV or V or VI is not foreseen by the Guide and therefore is not appropriate Licences on Board Some control authorities of the ECMT Member countries require a vehicle that entered a territory of the given country with an ECMT licence must carry the same licence on board when leaving this country either loaded or empty There have been several cases when drivers have been fined when leaving empty the country without the ECMT licence they used to enter this country As stated in the ECMT Multilateral Quota User Guide Chapter 4 Use of ECMT licences 4 1 A licence may be used by only one vehicle at a time It has to be carried on board the vehicle between the points of loading as soon this vehicle is loaded and unloading as soon as this vehicle is unloaded for a laden journey or for the complete unladen journey which precedes or follows a laden journey At the same time Chapter 3 Issuing and Limits of ECMT Licences indicates 3 6 ECMT licences are issued depending on national criteria to road transport undertakings duly authorised to operate by the competent Authority of the country in which they are established Licences do not indicate the vehicle s registration number and are accompanied by the logbook That is an ECMT

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  • ECMT Acquis 1953-2003
    Improve International Rail Service Activity of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1985 32nd Annual Report RESOLUTION No 2002 1 on the Development of European Railways Annual Report 2002 Other documents Resolution No 10 concerning the Financial Situation of the Railways Resolutions V 1957 Resolution No 16 concerning the Development of the Concept of Public Service in the Railways 15th Annual Report and Resolutions of the Council of Ministers 1968 10 Inland Waterways RESOLUTION No 10 on Inland Waterways and Inland Waterway Shipping Activity of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1983 30th Annual Report RESOLUTION No 11 on Transport by Inland Waterways Activity of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1989 36th Annual Report RESOLUTION No 92 2 on New Classification of Inland Waterways Activities of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1992 39th Annual Report REPORT on Possible Actions to Strengthen the Role of Inland Waterways Document CEMT CM 2002 4 2002 11 Intermodal Transport and Logistics RESOLUTION No 67 on Dimensions of Loading Units Activity of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1989 36th Annual Report RESOLUTION No 91 9 on the Dimensions of Loading Units Containers and Swap Bodies Activities of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1991 38th Annual Report CONSOLIDATED RESOLUTION No 2002 2 on Combined Transport Annual Report 2002 12 Urban Transport KEY MESSAGES for Governments Implementing Sustainable Urban Transport Policies Document CEMT CM 2001 12 Final 2001 ECMT Publication 2002 Other documents Resolution No 15 on Urban Transport Problems Resolutions XV 1965 Resolution No 21 concerning Measures to be Taken for Improving Urban Transport 16th Annual Report and Resolutions of the Council of Ministers 1969 Resolution No 26 concerning Measures to be Taken for Better Co ordination of Urban Transport 18th Annual Report and Resolutions of the Council of Ministers 1971 Resolution No 40 on Subsidisation of Urban Public Transport Resolutions of the Council of Ministers and Reports approved in 1979 Vol II 26th Annual Report 13 Infrastructure RESOLUTION No 93 2 on the Infrastructure in a Pan European Context Activities of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1993 40th Annual Report RESOLUTION No 97 1 on Transport and Infrastructure Development Activities of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1997 44th Annual Report 14 Payment for the Use of Infrastructure RESOLUTION No 49 on the Allocation of Infrastructure Costs Activity of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports approved in 1983 30th Annual Report RESOLUTION No 98 1 on the Policy Approach to Internalising the External Costs of Transport Activities of the Conference Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports

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  • Innovation in Road Transport: Opportunities for Improving Efficiency
    Barriers Jens HÜGEL IRU How the European Commission promotes coordinated ITS deployment in road transport in the EU Member countries Willy MAES European Commission DG Energy and Transport Satellite based Navigation for Efficient Use of Road Infrastructure Pegro PEDREIRA GSA European GNSS Supervisory Authority Role of Co operative Systems for Efficient Intermodal Transport Management Reinhard PFLIEGL AustriaTech Austria Roles of ITS in new approaches for road freight transport to compliance with transport laws and standards Jörgen CHRISTENSEN Chairman of the JTRC Working Group on Heavy Vehicles Tracking tracing satellite system of vehicles transporting hazardous goods a public private cooperation on the Arc Atlantique axe Eric LOUETTE MEEDDM France and Rui Dias CAMOLINO BRISA How to Improve Management and Increase Business Efficiency Pedro PIRES Multifrota United Kingdom How ITS can contribute to urban freight efficiency improving vehicle performance driver behaviour and traffic management Zeljko JEFTIC ERTICO ITS Europe How can IT help in paperless cargo movements Antonio Jorge COSTA APLOG Associaçao Portuguesa de Logistica ITS World Congress Stockhom 21 25 September 2009 Slides Hans RODE Swedish Road Administration Session 2 Information Technologies and Infrastructure Charging Swiss Heavy Vehicles Fee also available in German Stephan SCHIBLER Federal Customs Administration Switzerland ASFINAG and the Electronic Motorway Toll System in Austria Werner FRITZ ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH Austria Experience with Lkw Maut in Germany and Compatibility Interoperability of the System Siegrid PENNDORF Ministry of Transport Germany On Board Unit Interoperability DSRC GNSS Solution Jorge LOPES BRISA Portugal and Luis OSORIO ISEL Portugal Netherlands Experience in Introducing Road Charging and Technical Solutions Slides Johan GILLE ECORYS Transport and Mobility Road Charging System in Finland Slides Tuomo SUVANTO Ministry of Transport and Communications Finland Multilane Free Flow and Video Tolling Full System in the USA Miguel MACHADO BRISA Portugal and Joao FONTES Via Verde Portugal Session

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  • Overcoming Border Crossing Obstacles
    T to the Neighbouring Countries and Regions Horizontal Measures Svetlana GLIGOROVSKA European Commission DG TREN Corridor VIII Border Crossing Issues and Transnational Cooperation in the Transport Sector Slides Michele GRIMALDI Corridor VIII Secretariat Activity Report on Cross Border Issues and Results of the Cross Border Surveys Technical Secretariat of the Steering Committee for Pan European Corridor X An Outline of the Current Activities of the ILO on Road Transport Border Crossing Marios MELETIOU International Labour Organization Session 2 Good Practice Solutions Positive Achievements A Future Perspective of Border Management Tom DOYLE World Bank Transit systems including TIR and strategic directions of their development Artur BOUTEN UNECE Customs responses for facilitating the cross border movement of goods and conveyances Thierry PIRAUX WCO Challenges in facilitating trade and transport Neil MANN Australian Customs Service Time Release Study 2007 Neil MANN Australian Customs and Border Protection Service Eurasia Business Platform Initiative Eric STEWART US Chamber of Commerce Security Risk Perception and Cost Benefit Analysis Round Table Conclusions Stephen PERKINS ITF OECD Joint Transport Research Centre TIR electronic pre declaration TIR EPD How it works in reality Jean ACRI Potential of integrated rail border crossings and administrative and operational interoperability Paul GUITINK CER Reducing Bottlenecks at Borders an Infrastructure Managers Viewpoint Michael ROBSON EIM Best Practices Canada U S Land Border Management Robert MCDOUGALL Permanent Delegation of Canada to the OECD How does the WCO help its Customs Administrations to overcome corruption Slides Patricia REVESZ WCO Fighting corruption through better border management Tom DOYLE World Bank Session 3 Policy Challenges How To Move Forward Lessons from the implementation of the Harmonisation Convention to enhance border crossing performance management Konstantin GLUCKHENKIY UNECE The WCO SAFE Framework of Standards Thierry PIRAUX World Customs Organization WCO Evidence based Impacts of Simplified Control Procedures on Revenues Mark JUHEL World Bank Promoting Best Practice Solutions across OSCE Region Roel JANSSENS Organization for Security and Co operation in Europe OSCE Border Crossing Obstacles A Maritime Perspective ICS Written Contribution Reference Documents Policy Responses to Congestion Better System Management The implication of border crossing obstacles for congestion and impacts on trade Ministerial Meeting Sofia 2007 CEMT ITF 2007 8 FINAL Removal of Obstacles at Border Crossings Policy Note and Recommendations ECMT Council of Ministers Ljubljana 2004 CEMT CM 2004 7 Removal of Obstacles at Border Crossings Report ECMT Council of Ministers Ljubljana 2004 CEMT CM 2004 23 Reduce Border Waiting Times Abstract from latest IRU Working Papers on Road Border Crossing Improvements February 2009 Integrated International Transport and Logistics System for the North East Asia Sungwon LEE Korea Transport Institute Improving Efficiency in the Logistics Sector for Sustainable Transport Development in the Republic of Korea Sungwon LEE Korea Transport Institute WTO Negotiations on Trade Facilitation Compilation of Members Textual Proposals WTO Geneva February 2009 Also available in French UIC Input Preparatory Work for the next International Transport Forum Leipzig 26 29 May 2009 ILO Report on the replies to the Questionnaire on the issuance of visas to international road transport drivers

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  • 2009 ITF Workshop: Ensuring a Secure Global Transport System
    measuring the success and balancing accountability with the need for flexibility in response to the evolving terrorist threat The workshop focused on security in aviation and in maritime container transport and freight supply chains The impacts and potential of container scanning and tracking were examined in the context of overall supply chain security management and certification Complementarities between different approaches and the potential for multilateral policies to shape the security

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