Effects of Eurovignette directive Dir. 1999/62/EC as amended by Dir. 2006/38/EC: country report Sweden

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The basis for the national report is the request in article 11 of the Eurovignette directive (Directive 1999/62/EC as amended by Dir. 2006/38/EC). "No later than 10 June 2011, the Commission shall present a report to the European Parliament and the Council on the implementation and effects of this Directive, taking account of developments in technology and the trend in traffic density, including the use of vehicles of more than 3,5 and less than 12 tonnes, and evaluating its impact on the internal market, including on island, landlocked and peripheral regions of the Community, levels of investment in the sector and its contribution to the objectives of a sustainable transport policy. Member States shall forward the necessary information for the report to the Commission no later than 10 December 2010." In the country report for Sweden the question catalogue developed by the Commission has been followed.

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