26-04-2013The European Commission aims for sustainable urban transport. It tries to do this through various policy actions. One of these is the promotion of integrated policies at local levels.
On May 23rd Europe will be voting on a new European Parliament. But what does this actually mean to us as citizens? Panteia has a strong track record on conducting research for the European Commission and European Parliament. In honour of the upcoming Parliamentary elections, we would like to give a taste of what kind of projects we have conducted in the past:
On May 23rd Europe will be voting on a new European Parliament. But what does this actually mean to us as citizens? Well, as in many EU countries, the EU has two law making levels. Basically, the Commission proposes and drafts laws, and the European Parliament and Council of Europe vote on them.