CILT Policy Committee ask Coach Operators to participate in Road Transport Carrier Survey

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The Irish Government is to pursue a climate-resilient economy and become carbon neutral by 2050. Increasing demands for emissions mitigation will mean the transport sector will have to adapt to this new climate reality.  

The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) Policy Committee is seeking the assistance of Coach Operators to complete its Road Transport Carrier Survey. The questionnaire will capture Irish road transport practitioners’ awareness, attitude, and concerns about available carbon reduction measures in Ireland. The questionnaire will take less than 10 minutes to complete.  

For further information, contact the CILT (Ireland) Policy Committee by email 

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