Logistics traffic has a major impact on the quality of life and safety in our city. The Belgian city of Ghent has committed to being a forerunner in the field of emission-free urban logistics by 2030, an ambition that makes the city one of the first in Flanders with
Although the Netherlands is at the forefront of the approach, it is crucial that other countries also take steps to tackle this growing problem. If you try to rent a luxury car abroad, you will not easily feel like a second-class citizen. But for the Dutch, that feeling can suddenly become reality.
The Royal Association of Dutch Shipowners is calling for stricter regulations for the sea transport of electric vehicles. The freighter Fremantle Highway was the scene of a catastrophic fire north of Ameland. According to sources, the fire broke out aboard the ship with as many as 3.000 cars on board and
1 July will be accompanied by radical changes in the mobility of Flanders. The adjustments affect both car owners and public transport users, and truck drivers must also take the new regulations into account. As of July 1, several changes will be implemented that affect the mobility of citizens in Flanders.
The chronic global shortage of professional truck, bus, coach and taxi drivers is accelerating and affecting millions of road transport workers, employers and services. IRU, the global road transport employers' organization, representing more than 3,5 million road transport operators, and ITF, the International Transport Workers' Federation, representing 18,5 million transport workers, today launched a three-point plan