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Rail and transport policies
|All about American passenger rail|
| The European Shippers' Council Represents the interests of companies trading in Europe as users of freight transport services. They consider themselves yo be the pre-eminent body responsible for efforts to liberalise/de-regulate liner shipping markets.Public statements and links to national shipper's councils in Europe.|
| The Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport|
| An intergovernmental organisation; a forum in which Ministers responsible for transport, and more specifically the inland transport sector, can co-operate on policy.Links to: Governments, International Organisations, Transport, Environment, Statistics|
|French Ministry of Transport has been integrated in this bigger ministry.
News and other developments related to French rail and urban transport policy and development throughout France.|
| SPF is an association that take care of the interests of Swedish private wagon owners and long term wagon leasing companies.The website has links to members of the union.|
| The Swedish Shippers' Council is the organisation for cargo-owning transport users in Sweden and was founded in 1966. Since 1982 it has been closely connected to the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.|
| T&E is Europe's principal environmental organisation campaigning specifically on transport. Members are drawn from NGOs in nearly every European country, all of whom promote a more environmentally sound approach to transport.|
| An authority under the Danish Ministry of Transport. It is responsible for regulation, planning, safety and transport co-ordination.|
| Danish Ministry of Transport and Energy.The website gives access to publications.|
| UIP furthers the interests of its members vis-à-vis international organisations. It carries out and co-ordinates research and participation in the drawing up of international regulations.|
| UNECE Transport DivisionLinks to all European Transport Ministry websites|