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  • Politique européenne des transports Le point de vue de UNIFE Emmanuel Brutin, Senior Public Affairs Manager, UNIFE Atelier Transport et Fiscalité Carbone 6 Juillet 2010 Paris
  • UNIFE Members SpA 70 Full Members  15 National Associations
  • Four key activities
  • The Future of Transport – What is at stake? The corresponding political measures need to be taken to meet the challenge of climate change Source: European Environment Agency …this is what UNIFE has been working on…
  • UNIFE’s vision - The four pillars of the Future of Transport FUTURE OF TRANSPORT = MORE RAIL, LESS CO2
  • Eurovignette  Why is there a need to take action?  The revised Eurovignette Directive could contribute to establishing a level- playing field
  • The reality of market opening Rail market opening and a level playing field? Level Intermodal competition Playing Field?  Taxation  Charging  Internalisation of Intramodal competition external costs Current status? How to achieve the goals of Liberalisation?
  • Rail liberalisation – situation in Europe Netherlands Sweden Rail freight growth Rail freight growth 1995/2007: +132% 1995/2007: +20% Rail freight modal Rail freight modal share: 5,5% share: 36,5% UK Germany Rail freight growth Rail freight growth 1995/2007: +98% 1995/2007: +63% Rail freight modal Rail freight modal share: 12,7% share: 21,3% * Modal share calculated in comparison with road, inland waterways and oil pipeline, in 2007 On Schedule Countries that record highest growth/modal share are those where Delayed rail freight liberalisation has most advanced… Pending Departure
  • Interoperability: the challenge EBICAB 700/1000 EBICAB 900 ATB/ATB-NG ZUB 123 AWS KHP TBL INDUSI/LZB TVM/KVB INDUSI/LZB ASFA/LZB EVM EBICAB 700 SIGNUM/ZUB BACC/RSDD
  • An example: ERTMS Deployment in Europe Not contracted Contracted In operation
  • Conclusions Modal shift towards rail is an absolute necessity if the EU wants to achieve its Climate Change objectives Internalisation of external costs and greener taxation is an essential pillar to level the playing field with other transport modes Additional policy measure are needed: liberalisation, technical harmonisation, investments… The rail sector must also evolve by putting an end to the time of protected markets/national views…
  • Competitive rail solutions for sustainable mobility www.unife.org