CO2 emissions targets on buses must not result in greater car use
In a position paper, EMTA members renew their support for the adoption of clean and zero-emission vehicles but emphasize the need for financial support and a nuanced approach to support the public transport sector through a rapid technology transition. The paper voices the concerns of public transport authorities (PTAs) across Europe about the proposed regulation
EMTA release a new report about Zero emission in Public Transport
EMTA realeased a new report called “Towards Zero Emission Public Transport” You could find all EMTA previous reports in the publications section.
Île-de-France : €23 millions European subsidy for the purchase of electric buses and the conversion of depots to electricity and biomethane
Through this funding, the European Commission is supporting the commitment of Île-de-France Mobilités and RATP in the regional ecological transition strategy aimed in particular at converting all the bus depots (140) and a large part of the bus fleet to biomethane and electricity by 2025. This European aid, supplemented by €23 million in innovative funding
Green deal, need for clean bus market evolution
EMTA and Polis with regards to the clean bus deployment as part of a future Green Deal for the EU sent on December 4 a letter to mr Frans Timmermans – EU Vice-President and Commissioner for sustainability – and mrs Adina-Iona Valean – Commissioner for Transport.