There is growing awareness that the social and environmental problems caused by mobility pose a huge challenge, requiring a shift to more sustainable and responsible alternatives that also seek to improve road safety and public spaces.
We provide full-service legal advice in connection with new laws and regulations, and we analyze the implementation of sustainable mobility plans from a technical and economic standpoint.
We offer comprehensive legal advice on the new sustainable mobility regulations approved at all levels of government, ranging from how people move about to business R&D projects (logistics platforms, shared transport, personal mobility devices, self-propelled vehicles, electric, hydrogen and hybrid vehicles and those using other alternative propulsion systems, rental platforms, T&C, compliance with consumer and user legislation, etc.), as well as decisions falling to governments (public transport, short sea shipping, public awareness, subsidies, sustainable urban planning, traffic regulation and tax advantages).
All of this is rounded out by the technical and economic studies we offer on implementation of sustainable mobility measures and plans aimed at optimizing journeys and cutting transport-related emissions.
New economic sustainability measures for carriage by road and air
For carriage of goods by road a written waybill will be mandatory which will have to have the stipulated minimum contents, including the price and costs of carriage, whereas for the carriage of goods by air specific measures are introduced for…
Spain: New steps in the process for approval of the Sustainable Mobility Bill
The goal is to reduce greenhouse gases and pollutant emissions in transport.
7th Anniversary of the 2030 Agenda: 10 initiatives to lead change from the private sector
Businesses play a key role in the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals. We take a look at some of the most significant initiatives and actions being adopted by the private sector to implement the 2030 Agenda and contribute to change.