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1.       European transport policy for 2010: time to decide.    September 2001  COM (2001) 370,

2.       Governments Must Rethink Transport Safety for Elderly,  OECD  2001,3380,EN-document-590-17-no-12-21549-590,FF.html

3.       Research on Integrated Safety Systems for Improving Road Safety in Europe

4.       Theme 7 - Key Indicators - Transport

5.       Research on Integrated Safety Systems for Improving Road Safety in Europe September 2002

6.       Final report of the eSafety Working Group
on Road Safety.

7.       Transport infrastructure in the European Union and Central European Countries 1990-1999 April 2002 Statistics in Focus

8.       Improving urban quality:The contribution of alternative fuels &clean bus technologies in public transportation systems.

10.    Surface transport technologies for sustainable development . Valencia, Spain  4-6 June 2002

11.    Tackling Noise - How Motor Vehicles can contribute: ACEA Noise Event 2002

12.    'Promoting excellence in transport for sustainable cities & regions' 17th annual Polis conference in Brussels.  November 2002.

13.    Congestion in Europe – Denmark’s   Minister for Transport Flemming Hansen.    August 2002

14.    IT Solutions and Security in Intelligent Transport:
Lyon e-Safety Congress  September 2002 Opening speech by Erkki Liikanen,

15.    Monitoring of ACEA's Commitment on CO2 Emission Reduction from Passenger Cars - 2001

16.    Maritime Transport in the Candidate Countries 1995-2000
September 2002. Statistics in Focus

17.    Transport safety  July 2000 Statistics in Focus

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