EU Transport Priorities for the next five years: a fresh start?
UK Transport in Europe 5th Annual Transport Policy Forum
Tuesday 4th – Wednesday 5th of November 2014
European Parliament, Brussels
As a unique portal for UK transport interests in the EU, the 5th Annual UKTiE Transport Policy Forum brings together key UK stakeholders and EU policy makers for an intense 2 day debate on the future of European transport in the next five years.
Be part of the conversation and be sure not to miss this years’ Forum!
- Make the Right Connections
- Obtain Key EU Information
- Share Best Practices
- Improve Profile and Visibility
- Influence EU Policy
Among this years’ speakers:
- Michael Cramer MEP — Chair of the TRAN Committee
- Gesine Meissner MEP — German Liberal, Member of the TRAN Committee
- Keith Taylor MEP — Green Member of the TRAN Committee
- Jacqueline Foster MEP — Conservative Member of the TRAN Committee
- Lucy Anderson MEP— Labour Member of the TRAN Committee
- Richard Ossendorp — Transport Counsellor at Permanent Representation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the EU
- Tim Figures — Head of Competitiveness and Markets, Permanent Representation of the UK to the EU
- Olivier Onidi —Director European Commission, European Mobility Network & Aviation and International Transport Affairs (acting)
- Remi Mayet— Deputy Head of Unit European Commission, Ports and Inland Navigation
- Robert Missen—Head of Unit European Commission, Land & Maritime Security
- Keir Fitch—Head of Unit European Commission, Research & Innovative Transport systems
- Marjeta Jager — Director European Commission, Policy Coordination and Security
UKTiE is an association of UK transport companies and organisations that pool resources to attain common goals and influence EU’s transport policy. The regulatory framework for the transport sector is increasingly determined at the EU level and less at an international or national level. UKTiE helps the UK transport sector punch its weight in the EU by providing information, intelligence and insight and creating opportunities to influence.
Free for UKTiE members