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29.01.2007 00:01
FEHRL team awarded key EEA framework agreement
A consortium led by the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) has been awarded a four-year European Environment Agency (EEA) framework agreement to provide expert assistance in the area of transport, emissions and the environment.  FEHRL members TRL and VTI (the Swedish National Road and Transport Institute) will work together with FEHRL itself (and its other members ) and the UK’s  Oxford University Centre for the Environment (OUCE).

08.01.2007 00:01
Polish and Slovenian staff at the FEHRL office

Nina Gartner and Monika Kowalska-Sudyka joined the FEHRL Office at the beginning of January 2007. They were assigned a four-month secondment to learn about our activities in Brussels and work with fellow project managers and research developers. The training is part of the FP6 CERTAIN project and they will work closely with the European Commission.

 

 


20.09.2006 00:09
SIMBA workshops in India, South Africa and Brazil
Registrations are encouraged for a series of workshops organised by the SIMBA project to establish collaboratative research projects with India, South Africa and Brazil.

15.09.2006 00:09
CERTAIN to support Central and Eastern countries road research

The EC funded CERTAIN Coordination Action kicked off on Friday 15 September.  Together with Commission Project Officer Herbert Thanner,  the Project Coordinator Ales Znidaric  (ZAG Ljubljana) reported that the project will make a significant contribution to the integration of researchers from Central and Eastern European countries into the established EU road infrastruture research as well as support implemenation and knowledge transfer.


11.09.2006 00:09
Heavy vehicle workshop 06
Today,  FEHRL held a workshop on Heavy vehicle issues at its Brussels premises.  Approximately fifty European and international participants contributed to the active debates on the challenges and opportunities of heavy vehicles on Europe’s road networks.  Such important issues are reflected in FEHRL's  SERRP IV document and delegates worked hard to considered how the agreed programme of work could be achieved.

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