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Cost-effectiveness of measures to reduce road transport emissions

The European Commission, DG XI, has published an open invitation to tender for the completion of a study on the cost-effectiveness of measures aimed at reducing emissions from road transport. The Commission needs further information on cost-effective packages of policy measur...

The European Commission, DG XI, has published an open invitation to tender for the completion of a study on the cost-effectiveness of measures aimed at reducing emissions from road transport. The Commission needs further information on cost-effective packages of policy measures in order to develop the proposal for a second Auto-Oil programme, contained in the communication on a future strategy for controlling emissions from road transport, and related proposals for directives. The consultants contracted for this task shall be required to: - Based on experience with cost-optimization models developed for the first Auto-Oil programme, produce an enhanced methodology as a basis for an objective assessment of cost-effective measures (technical and non-technical) that could be adopted within the road-transport sector to achieve EC air-quality standards; - Identify data requirements and, if necessary, collect additional data, taking account of, inter alia, the need to analyse behavioural aspects of transport-related emissions; - Apply the established methodology to produce an optimal set of cost-effective measures to combat urban, regional and European air pollution. Pollutants targeted, the respective emission reduction targets, and measures to be analysed will be chosen in collaboration with Commission officials. Requests for tender documents, as well as completed tenders, should be sent to: European Commission DG XI - Environment, nuclear safety and civil protection Mr B. Sinnott - DG XI-3 200 rue de la Loi (TRMF 4/87) B-1049 Brussel Fax +32-2-2994449 The reference XI.B.1/970013 must be quoted on all correspondence.