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Transport & Mobility. Policy Debate from the perspective of Manufacturing Brussels, 6 th September 2012 industriAll - European Trade Union. General issues 1. Rural vs. urban areas Individual vs. collective transportation Growth of traffic (goods and passengers) Infrastructure

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transport mobility

Transport & Mobility

Policy Debate from the perspective of Manufacturing

Brussels, 6th September 2012

industriAll - European Trade Union

general issues 1
General issues 1
  • Rural vs. urban areas
  • Individual vs. collective transportation
  • Growth of traffic (goods and passengers)
  • Infrastructure
  • Nuisances and pollution
general issues 2
General issues 2
  • Subventions
  • Cost of transport and travel
  • Liberalisation and privatisation
  • Safety and security
  • Interfaces, modal shift, and networks
policy debate
Policy debate
  • Questions
    • Impact on manufacturing
    • Manufacturing where?
    • Impact on employment and skills
    • Consequences for value chains
    • Link between traffic and division of labour
    • Exchange with transport workers (ETF)
aims of the debate
Aims of the debate
  • Developing a global and coherent approach to transport
  • Then, translating this into specific industrial policy approaches for the sectors
    • Automotive
    • Shipbuilding
    • Aero(space)
    • Railway
    • Other: e. g. walking, cycling, …
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