IRU is the trusted voice for mobility and logistics, upholding the interest of bus, coach, taxi and truck operators as well as the broader mobility and logistics industry.
IRU outlines border problems and solutions at Turkic states forum
With shifting trade routes increasing pressure on corridors crossing Central Asia and the Caucuses, IRU unpacked the challenges and solutions at a recent forum with the private and public sector.
European Parliament: TRAN proposes realistic decarbonisation path
IRU welcomes the vote in the European Parliament's Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) on new CO2 standards for heavy-duty vehicles, setting a realistic pace for road transport decarbonisation and preserving essential technology options, which will include electric-battery, hydrogen fuel cell and combustion engines based on carbon-neutral fuels or hydrogen, in line with the sector’s needs and calls.
Road transport opposes key EU legislator’s plan to split the B licence
IRU, FIA Region I and ACEA unequivocally oppose the splitting of the B driving licence for cars into two categories, as proposed by the European Parliament’s draft report on the EU Driving Licence Directive.
Better CO₂ rules needed to boost sustainable EU mobility and logistics
In a letter to EU legislators, IRU and CLEPA call for the preservation of essential technology options under the new CO₂ standards proposal. An open-technology approach is required to decarbonise road transport while continuing to effectively meet the needs of EU citizens, businesses and economies.