Outlook: the autumn agenda for EU transport policy

The Commission’s Fit for 55 package car-related proposals are in the home stretch of the legislative process. The two key instruments aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transport by 90 percent by 2030 are at risk. The co-legislators – the EU Parliament and the Council – are expected to reach an agreement on the first dossier quickly, which involves phasing out internal combustion engines by 2035 and tightening CO2 fleet limits for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles.

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