NATIONAL governments of the European Union should be prevented from imposing weekend or holiday driving bans on lorries carrying fresh flowers or horticultural products on international journeys, the European Parliament's transport committee has said.

Voting to amend long debated proposals regulating the ability of Member States to restrict HGV movements on designated international main roads in the so-called Trans-European Network, (to reduce noise and nuisance), the EP's transport committee has proposed limiting these powers ...

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