A unique single portal for UK transport interests in the heart of the EU“UKTiE is a necessity to protect and promote UK transport interests in the EU” Jacqueline Foster MEP, UKTiE Patron and Conservative spokesman for transport
The regulatory framework for transport is increasingly determined at the EU level and many of the challenges faced by the UK transport sector, among the most innovative and successful in Europe, fall under the remit of EU legislation, like market liberalisation, climate change, security and public funds. UKTiE offers a platform for UK transport sector to work together to make its voice heard and influence the EU. UKTiE is also ensuring that the transport sector is represented during the Brexit negotiations. For a full list of our services click here.
UK Transport in Europe (UKTiE) is an association of UK transport companies and organisations that pool resources to attain common goals and influence EU’s transport policy.
UKTiE is a member-driven association that makes the most of its members’ expertise focusing on common interests and priorities.
UKTiE is supported by IDA Group and their team of qualified consultants who provide high quality strategic advice to help members better understand and influence EU policy and regulation.
UKTiE headquarters are located at the heart of the Brussels’ European district, a short walk from the European Parliament.
UKTiE members come from different transport modes and different areas of expertise, striving together to build an effective transport network.
Five Reasons to Join
1. Make the Right Connections
2. Obtain Key EU Information
3. Share Best Practices
4. Improve Profile and Visibility
5. Influence EU Policy & Brexit
‘UKTiE is the only Forum where companies operating across all modes of transport can meet to share ideas and together engage directly with our representatives in the European Parliament and key members of the European Commission’.
Jonathan Astill, Director of International & Customer Affairs NATS
‘UKTiE gives you the opportunity to engage with the right people in the European Institutions’
Tony Berkeley, Chairman Rail Freight Group
‘UKTiE helps alert industry to new EU funding opportunities’
Richard Lax, EU Affairs Officer Kapsch