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2nd European Road Congress

1 October 2006

6-8 November 2006, Brussels (Belgium)

The review of the 2001 European Commission’s White Paper on European Transport Policy has highlighted the need to secure the legitimate trading and mobility aspirations of Europe’s citizens in the XXIst century.

Built on the resounding success of the first European Road Congress, the second will provide a unique forum for road industry experts to interact with senior policy-makers and advance the debate on the future orientation of European Transport Policy, making it one of the most significant international transport events this year.

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