• SOURCE: S&D Group at European Parliament

Traffic offenders will soon be tracked across EU borders

ID

363216

Shoot Date

20 Jan 2015

Shoot Location

Brussels, Belgium

Production Company

S&D Group

Description
Brussels, 20 January 2015. People who commit traffic offences in another EU country than their own will soon be tracked and given penalties in their home country. This will be made possible thanks to cross-border information exchanges which will allow EU countries to access national vehicle registration data from other EU countries.
Shotlist
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM (JANUARY 20, 2015) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL) 1. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, BRUSSELS (EXTERIOR) 2. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF EP COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORT - MEPS DURING THE VOTING SESSION, BRUSSELS (INTERIOR) 3. CUTAWAY: INES AYALA SENDER (S&D MEP, SPAIN), EP RAPPORTEUR ON THE ISSUE, BEING APPLAUDED 4. INES AYALA SENDER (S&D MEP, SPAIN) SAYING (ENGLISH): “When drivers commit a traffic offense, they will be tracked and charged by the traffic authorities of the country where the offense has been made». 1. CUTAWAY: INES AYALA SENDER ATTENDING THE TRANSPORT COMMITTEE MEETING 2. INES AYALA SENDER (S&D MEP, SPAIN) SAYING (ENGLISH): “Immediately, the authorities of the driver’s country are forced to give the data of the offender ». 3. CUTAWAY: INES AYALA SENDER ATTENDING THE TRANSPORT COMMITTEE MEETING 4. INES AYALA SENDER (S&D MEP, SPAIN) SAYING (ENGLISH): “Until now, there were no possibilities for this exchange of information between Member States.” This is now a first step to stop impunity of traffic offenders who breach the law in another Member State than their own. 1. CUTAWAY: INES AYALA SENDER ATTENDING THE TRANSPORT COMMITTEE MEETING BRUSSELS, BELGIUM (FEBRUARY 2008) (EUROPEAN COMMISSION AUDIOVISUAL – ACCESS ALL) 1. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS STOCK SHOTS ON ROAD SAFETY
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