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L-għajnuna mill-UE iktar malajr u b'inqas burokrazija

Seduta plenarja Politika reġjonali17-04-2014 - 09:26
L'Aquila, Italy - The fifth anniversary of the L'Aquila earthquake will be marked on 06 April 2014  

L-għajnuna mill-UE lill pajjijżi tal-UE u l-pajjijżi kandidati milquta minn diżastri naturali ser titwassal iżjed malajr grazzi għal bidliet approvati nhar l-Erbgħa għall-Fond ta' Solidarjetà. Il-bidliet, diġa miftiehma mal-ministri tal-UE, jinkludu estensjoni tal-iskadenza minn 10 għal 12-il ġimgħa biex wieħed japplika għall-għajnuna, ħlas ta' 10% tal-għajnuna minn qabel, u simplifikazzjoni tal-approvazzjoni tal-għajnuna għal diżastri "reġjonali" żgħar. (Aqra iktar dwar dan: L-għajnuna mill-UE iktar malajr u b'inqas burokrazija)

 
 

MEPs refer new rules on re-registering cars back to committee

Plenary Session Transport16-04-2014 - 15:33

Draft rules to simplify re-registering of car or motorbike when the owner moves to a new EU country were referred back to the Internal Market Committee on Wednesday for further discussion, because the Council of Ministers was not yet ready to close a deal on them. (Read more: MEPs refer new rules on re-registering cars back to committee )

 
 
©BELGA_DPA_A.Dedert  

L-istorbju mill-ajruplani jista’ jkun iritanti ħafna.....madankollu jista’ jkun ukoll ta’ dettriment għal saħħtek. Huwa għalhekk li ħafna ajruporti u awtoritajiet pubbliċi jimponu restrizzjonijiet fuq il-moviment tal-ajruplani. Il-Ħamis, 16 ta’ April, il-Kumitat għat-Trasport ivvota dwar regoli li jippreservaw id-dritt li l-komunitajiet lokali jinfluenzaw il-miżuri għat-tnaqqis tal-istorbju. (Aqra iktar dwar dan: Mistoqsija u tweġiba dwar ir-regoli ġodda għat-tnaqqis tal-istorbju fl-ajruporti)

 
 

Noise-related operating restrictions at EU airports would continue to be set by regional and national authorities, but people living nearby should be better informed and noise-related health problems should be given more consideration, thanks to a deal between Parliament and the Council of Ministers endorsed by the Transport and Tourism Committee on Thursday. Parliament as a whole will now vote on the deal at the April plenary session. (Read more: Transport MEPs back deal on noise-related operating restrictions at EU airports)

 
 
Peter Liese, MEP  

L-isforzi biex l-industrija tal-avjazzjoni ssir aktar ekoloġika baqgħu kontroversjali. Eżempju ta’ dan kienet ir-reżistenza ta’ bosta pajjiżi minn barra l-UE għall-iskema tan-negozjar tal-emissjonijiet, li l-għan tagħha hu li tinkoraġġixxi kumpaniji tal-linji tal-ajru biex isiru aktar sostenibbli. (Aqra iktar dwar dan: Emissjonijiet mill-avjazzjoni: “l-aħjar kompromess possibbli”)

 
 
To get gas guzzlers off Europe’s roads, MEPS voted on new rules to give greener fuels a kick start.  

To boost the take-up of alternative fuels in transport, EU countries will have to ensure that enough refuelling and recharging stations are available to enable cars, trucks and ships using alternative fuels, such as natural gas and electricity, to move freely on EU roads and waterways, under an informal agreement reached by Council and Parliament negotiators on Thursday. (Read more: Deal struck on promoting use of alternative fuels on roads and waterways)

 
 

Draft truck design rule changes, to allow designers to make it easier for drivers to see pedestrians and cyclists and improve bodywork streamlining to cut pollutant emissions, were backed by Transport Committee MEPs on Tuesday. The rules would allow designs to exceed current maximum length and weight limits in order to improve performance in these areas. (Read more: Transport MEPs push for safer, more environmentally-friendly trucks )

 
 

MEPs back proposals to speed up reform of air traffic control services

Plenary Session Transport12-03-2014 - 12:36

Draft legislation to streamline air traffic management, so as to make Europe’s airlines more competitive, share airspace better and reduce pollution, was backed by MEPs on Wednesday. (Read more: MEPs back proposals to speed up reform of air traffic control services)

 
 

MEPs back new common standards for vehicle checks

Plenary Session Transport11-03-2014 - 12:59
A mechanic with diagnostic equipment operating a technical control on a car ©BELGA/EASYFOTOSTOCK  

A deal with EU member states on minimum common standards for periodic vehicle inspections, vehicle registration documents and roadside inspections of commercial vehicles was endorsed by MEPs on Tuesday. (Read more: MEPs back new common standards for vehicle checks)

 
 
View of a high-speed train crossing a viaduct in Bubierca, Spain  

Competition to provide better rail passenger services should warm up under draft rules voted in the European Parliament on Wednesday. National authorities that today give rail service contracts to a single operator would have to put them out to tender or justify not doing so. New and/or small operators would have to be given better access to rail infrastructure, and complex authorisation procedures for putting trains on tracks would be simplified. (Read more: Parliament counts on increased competition to improve passenger rail services )