social provisions - commercial transport - driving time - rest periods - working time - cabotage - driving licences - driver training - access to profession - rules of road charging - fair competition - tachograph legislation
fatigue - behaviour - fitness to drive - mandatory use of seatbelts - monitoring distractions - infrastructure - speed limits - tunnels - level crossing - vehicles - vehicle inspection - road worthiness - vehicle categories - blind spot mirrors
border control - dangerous goods - vehicle crime - critical infrastructure - supply chain security - terrorism and anti-terrorism - secure parking areas - mass transport - surveillance - transport networks - cyber-security
The Confederation of Organisations in Road Transport Enforcement (CORTE) is one of the largest and most knowledgeable road transport platforms at international level. CORTE is a non-profit organization established to bring together national transport authorities from European and non EU countries having a responsibility and interest in the field of road transport, road security and road safety. National authorities in CORTE collaborate with transport associations and the transport industry. The objective of the Association is to encourage, promote and assist the development and implementation of policies for road transport, road safety and road security in Europe and at international level.
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