Committee on Inland Transport
Comité des transports intérieurs (ECE/TRANS)
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Set up as Inland Transport Committee (ITC) – Comité des transports intérieurs (ECE/TRANS), a committee of E-XE4176 - United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Also referred to as UNECE Inland Transport Committee – ONU-CEE Comité des transports intérieurs.
Harmonize standards and regulations in the field of inland transport including vehicle construction, road traffic safety and transport of dangerous goods; facilitate border crossing; develop a coherent transport system in Europe with harmonized transport infrastructures in rail, road, inland waterways and combined transport.
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Working Parties and Groups of Experts on: Road, Rail and Inland Water Transport as well as Combined Transport; Transport Trends and Economics; Transport of Dangerous Goods; Construction of Vehicles; Road Traffic Safety; Transport Statistics; Customs Questions Affecting Transport; Transport of Perishable Foodstuffs; World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations.
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