Published in 1959, this book presents a study of transport problems including those of the coordination of inland transport, and special problems of coordination in areas of urban transport, civil aviation, sea ports and arising problems in the course of the economic integration of Europe.
Part 1: Problems of the Coordination of Inland Transport Preamble 1. Basic Principles of Transport Coordination 2. Elimination of the Distortions of Competition and Equalization of Operating Conditions 3. Social Policy 4. Policy Governing the Granting of Concessions and Permits and Capacity Control 5. Transport Rate Policy 6. Investment Policy 7. Transport on Own Account 8. Coordinating and Supervisory Bodies of Inspection Authorities Part 2: Special Problems of Coordination 9. Urban Transport 10. Civil Aviation 11. Coastal Navigation and Inland Transport 12. Problems of Competition Between Seaports Part 3: Transport Problems Arising in the Course of the Economic Integration of Europe 13. Texts of the Title of the Treaty Concerning Transport with Comments and other Relevant Texts 14. The Wage Problem in the Treaty on the Common Market 15. The Wage Problem in the Transport Industry 16. Basic Problems of Transport Policy within the Common Market 17. The Question of the Inclusion of a Free Trade Area 18. The Railways within the Common Market 19. Road Transport within the Common Market 20. Inland Navigation within the Common Market.
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