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News article22 September 2016Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport

Evaluation study on the application of Directive 2011/82/EU facilitating the cross-border exchange of information on road safety related traffic offences ("Cross-border E

Evaluation study on the application of Directive 2011/82/EU facilitating the cross-border exchange of information on road safety related traffic offences ("Cross-border Enforcement Directive/CBE Directive")

The study was commissioned to provide independent and unbiased evaluation whether the CBE Directive is effective and efficient in reaching its objectives to improve road safety and facilitate cross-border enforcement of sanctions for road–safety–related traffic offences; whether it is relevant to the identified needs, namely to enable access to vehicle registration data through an interoperable electronic mean and provide road users with the information on road traffic rules in force in Member States; whether it is coherent internally and with other EU policies; whether it provides EU added-value and its effects are sustainable.

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Publication date
22 September 2016
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Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport