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Parliamentary question - E-000911/2023(ASW)Parliamentary question
E-000911/2023(ASW)

Answer given by Ms Vălean on behalf of the European Commission

Such impact assessment has not been carried out.

Based on the analysis of the findings of EP PA UVAR ( urban vehicle access regulations) Box and UVAR Exchange[1] studies, and in response to the 2021 new EU urban mobility framework[2], the Commission plans to launch, as a next step, a study in 2023 which aims at mapping and clarifying which interoperable digital and technical solutions could be proposed to achieve more effective and user-friendly urban vehicle access regulations, while respecting the principle of subsidiarity.

This study will amongst others assess and propose user-friendly interoperable technical/digital solutions for demonstrating vehicles’ UVAR compliance, which is the goal of current (physical) eco-stickers when entering e.g. low emission zones.

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