Malta – Transport

Malta – Transport

Outline of the Community (European Union) legislation about Malta – Transport

Topics

These categories group together and put in context the legislative and non-legislative initiatives which deal with the same topic.

Enlargement > Enlargement 2004 and 2007 > Partnership for the accession of Malta

Malta – Transport

Short-term priorities:

  • Adoption of a strategy and timetable for the transposition and implementation of the acquis, particularly in the field of aviation and maritime transport (including maritime safety).

Assessment (November 2001)

Malta has no official strategy or schedule for transposing the acquis in the field of maritime and air transport. A maritime action plan has been drawn up, however.

Assessment (October 2002)

Malta has continued to progress with the alignment and implementation of maritime transport legislation, taking into account its latest developments, and in particular with the enforcement of maritime safety standards. It has continued to step up the administrative capacity of the Maritime Authority and has started to improve the flag State performance of the Maltese merchant fleet.

Assessment (November 2003)

Please refer to the fact sheets on the adoption of the Community acquis.

Medium-term priorities:

  • Compliance with road transport (market access, road safety, rules for dangerous goods and taxation), maritime transport and aviation legislation (particularly air safety and air traffic management).

Assessment (November 2001)

Malta has made limited progress with regard to road and air transport, and some progress in the field of maritime transport.

Assessment (October 2002)

Malta has made little progress in aligning road transport legislation, notably access to the profession, fiscal harmonisation and transport of dangerous goods, or air transport legislation.

Assessment (November 2003)

Please refer to the fact sheets on the adoption of the Community acquis.

Following the signing of the Accession Treaty on 16 April 2003, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia acceded to the European Union on 1 May 2004.

References

Decision 2000/249/EC of 20.03.2000
Official Journal L 78 of 29.03.2000

Commission Report COM(2001) 700 final – SEC(2001) 1751
Not published in the Official Journal

Commission Report COM(2002) 700 final – SEC(2002) 1407
Not published in the Official Journal

Commission Report COM(2003) 675 final – SEC(2003) 1206
Not published in the Official Journal

Treaty of Accession to the European Union [Official Journal L 236, 23.09.2003]

This summary is for information only and is not designed to interpret or replace the reference document.

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