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Law Resources: Road and Rail Transport
European Union (EU) transport policy aims to ensure the smooth, efficient, safe, and free movement of people and goods throughout the EU by means of integrated networks using all modes of transport (road, rail, water and air). EU policy also deals with issues as wide-ranging as climate change, passenger rights, clean fuels, and cutting customs-related red tape at ports. Governed by Title VI (Articles 90 to 100) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU, transport is one of the EU's most strategic common policies. Future policy will be largely based on a 2011 White Paper, comprising 40 initiatives designed to generate growth, jobs, reduce dependence on imported oil, and cut the sector's carbon emissions by 60% by 2050.
Tourism, Trans-European networks, Transport
The Directory: Government Departments
We work with our agencies and partners to support the transport network that helps the UK's businesses and gets people and goods travelling around the country. We plan and invest in transport infrastructure to keep the UK on the move. DFT is a ministerial department, supported by 24 agencies and public bodies.
News story: Hundreds of secure stations keeping passengers safe
News story: DASA Download: Future Aviation Security Solutions
Research and analysis: Options for changes to revenue support freight grant schemes
Form: Mode Shift Revenue Support (MSRS) grant scheme 2015 to 2020
Consultation outcome: Rail markets: implementing the market pillar
Guidance: Prepare to drive in the EU after Brexit
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Policy paper: Government response to future of drones in the UK consultation
The Directory: Government Departments: Non-ministerial
he Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) is the independent safety and economic regulator for Britain's railways. It is responsible for ensuring that railway operators comply with health and safety law. It regulates Network Rail's activities and funding requirements, regulates access to the railway network and licenses the operators of railway assets. ORR is also the competition authority for the railways and enforces consumer protection law in relation to the railway. ORR is a non-ministerial department of the Department for Transport
Statistical data set: Rail usage, infrastructure and performance (RAI01)
Statistical data set: Rail finance (RAI03)
Speech: Office of Rail and Road's role in improving travel for disabled passengers
Consultation outcome: Monitoring Highways England: the role and objectives of the Office for Rail and Road
Consultation outcome: Channel Tunnel: legislation to transfer economic regulation
National Statistics: Rail passenger service satisfaction: October to December 2014
News story: Highways England to take over motorways and major A roads
Statement to Parliament: Implementation of the strategic highways company
The Directory: Professional Associations
Worldwide organisation with an established International pedigree. With over 30,000 members in 28 national sections.
The Directory: Regulators
Non-ministerial government department, staffed by civil servants, with functions set down in the Railways Act 1993. The focus is on the monopoly and dominant elements of Britain's railways, principally Railtrack, regulating in the public interest, balancing these duties and functions.
The Directory: Trade and Industry Organisations
The primary body representing the UK international freight services industry.
Membership organisation dedicated to the promotion of safety and efficiency in the handling and movement of goods by all modes and during all phases of both national and international transport chains.
Non-governmental organisation representing an industry of approximately 40,000 forwarding and logistics firms.