Smart Enforcement

To prevent supply chain disruptions and ensure free movement, there is an increasing focus in the transport community on making enforcement of rules as effective and efficient as possible. Smart enforcement implies adoption of practices other than penal sanctions to seek compliance with road transport rules. Such practices may include establishing greater cooperation with transport operators and leveraging digital technologies and data to make inspection and detection of non-compliance more targeted through a risk-based analysis.

CORTE emphatically advocates smart enforcement of road transport rules. To this end, CORTE brings together representatives of national transport authorities and other stakeholders in its Enforcement Working Group to identify and share practices within and outside the EU. The working group particularly focuses on aspects such as collection and analysis of digital data through tachograph, information sharing among countries and awareness raising to enforce rules.

TOPICS

Smart Enforcement
Eu Driving & Resting Times
New Mobility
Critical Infrastructure
Tachograph
Posting of Workers
Roadworthiness
Big Data
Road Cargo Crime
Tachograph Card Issuing
Cabotage
Intelligent Transport Systems
Calculation Rules