• EN - English
  • FR - français
Parliamentary question - E-000911/2023(ASW)Parliamentary question

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.

Last updated: 2 June 2023
Legal notice - Privacy policy