Directies et commissariat transport

30.11.18 en anglais report probable / les ministres pas clairs

En anglais. remarquez bravo la Slovaquie en faveur de l heure standard.

https://www.politico.eu/article/transport-ministers-countries-say-no-to-juncker-commission-daylight-saving-clock-change-plan/?fbclid=IwAR0oztTiwlPqGS0TiQXTq8Mre7eyOnI3Xhtd8UPNSwgk9Pn6OPd3wz1vC80

Notre opinion:

On est d accord que le plan Juncker est mauvais. L a t il fait exprès? Le status quo est l option préférée de la commission Européenne selon nous.....

La proposition de Mr Juncker / Commission transport, telle quelle est TROP favorable a l'heure d'ete et dangereuse.

Nous recommandons

-soit GMT+1 des Mars 2019

-soit un dernier changement vers GMT+1 en Octobre 2019.

Les pays , ministres et parlementaires n'ont pas l'air assez clairs sur les avantages de l heure standard et trop pro heure d 'ete pour une bon deroulement de la proposition actuelle.

 

28.11.18 report de l'abolition du changement d'heure a 2021?

http://www.lalibre.be/actu/international/pas-d-abolition-du-changement-d-heure-avant-2021-5bfd73cccd70fdc91baa2aa8

Sous la pression de plusieurs capitales - dont Lisbonne, Athènes et La Haye -*, un texte élaboré par la présidence autrichienne du Conseil propose cependant de reporter l'abolition du changement d'heure à 2021. Les Etats réticents souhaitent notamment obtenir plus d'informations justifiant la modification du système actuel.

(*) l'Irlande, la France et le Danemark n'ont pas encore pris position.

La proposition autrichienne sera discutée lundi prochain 3 décembre à Bruxelles lors d'une réunion des ministres européens du Transport.

Une fois de plus, ce sont les ministres des Transports ou leurs représentants qui vont faire la loi alors que , l'heure légale est à la charge de ministères différents selon les Etats! L'Intérieur, l'Energie, la Justice, ou aussi les Transports....

On the MOVE page / Ending seasonal clock changes

https://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/summertime/news/2018-09-12-state-union-2018-commission-proposes-put-end-seasonal-clock_en

State of the Union 2018: Commission proposes to put an end to seasonal clock changes

 
 
12/09/2018

On 12 September 2018, on the occasion of his State of the Union Address, President Jean-Claude Juncker said: "We all say in soap-box speeches that we want to be big on big things and small on small things. But there is no applause when EU law dictates that Europeans have to change the clocks twice a year. The Commission is today proposing to change this. Clock-changing must stop. Member States should themselves decide whether their citizens live in summer- or wintertime. It is a question of subsidiarity. I expect the Parliament and Council will share this view and find solutions that work for our internal market. We are out of time."

Today the European Commission is proposing to end seasonal clock changes in Europe in 2019, giving Member States the freedom to decide once and for all whether they want to permanently apply summer- or wintertime. The legislative proposal seeks to ensure that any changes are made in a coordinated way between neighbouring countries so as to safeguard the proper functioning of the internal market and avoid fragmentation, which could arise if some Member States kept seasonal clock changes arrangements while others discontinued them.

Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bulc said: "We are proposing to put an end to seasonal clock changes as of next year. This very ambitious timetable will allow citizens to reap the benefits without delay. We are now inviting Member States and businesses to make the necessary preparations to ensure a coordinated approach across the EU."

The Commission's proposal:

  • puts an end to seasonal clock changes for the entire European Union;
  • sets out a clear and short timetable for the changes to take effect;
  • encourages consultation at national and European levels, to ensure a coordinated approach among Member States.

Today's proposal is another example of the Juncker Commission being big on the big things, leaving it to Member States to take decisions where they are best placed to do so.

 

How and when would these changes become effective?

The European Commission's proposal will now go to the European Parliament and the Council for their agreement.

To allow for a smooth transition, under the Commission's proposal each Member State would notify by April 2019 whether it intends to apply permanent winter or summertime. The last mandatory change to summertime would take place on Sunday 31 March 2019. After this, the Member States wishing to permanently switch back to wintertime would still be able to make one last seasonal clock change on Sunday 27 October 2019. Following that date, seasonal clock changes would no longer be possible.

This timeline is conditional on the European Parliament and the Council adopting the Commission's proposal by March 2019 at the latest.

 

Why is the Commission proposing this change?

European countries introduced summertime arrangements in the last century to save energy, particularly in times of war or during the oil crisis of the 1970s. Starting in 1980, the European Union gradually adopted legislation putting an end to the diverging schedules of the national clock changes. In 2018 however, the purpose of clock changes has become much less relevant, with studies suggesting that energy savings are now marginal and citizens increasingly complaining about negative health impacts.

Clock changes have indeed been increasingly questioned by citizens, by the European Parliament and by a growing number of Member States. Building upon the request of the European Parliament, and as part of an assessment of the current arrangements, the Commission held a public consultation in summer 2018 which received 4.6 million responses, the highest number ever received in any public consultation organised by the European Commission. 84% of respondents were in favour of ending seasonal clock changes.

In light of these elements, the European Commission has concluded that there is no point for Brussels to keep regulating seasonal time changes and that Member States should be free to decide whether they want to be in summertime or wintertime and handle the matter at national level, in accordance with the principle of subsidiarity.

 

More information

Website on the State of the European Union 2018

Factsheet

 

Subpage on Seasonal Clock Changes

https://ec.europa.eu/commission/priorities/state-union-speeches/state-union-2018/state-union-2018-ending-seasonal-clock-changes_en

 

Q&A on the Commission's proposal to put an end to seasonal clock changes

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-18-5709_en.htm

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-18-5709_fr.htm

 

Final report of the public consultation

 see pdf

 

Commission transport / MOVE

https://ec.europa.eu/transport/home_en

 

Brussels, 12.9.2018 SWD(2018) 406 final 2018 Public consultation

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:52018SC0406

 COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON EU SUMMERTIME ARRANGEMENTS REPORT OF RESULTS Accompanying the document Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council discontinuing seasonal changes of time and repealing Directive 2000/84/EC

SWD/2018/406 final

 

2007 = reaffirmation systeme heure d'ete directive (CE) nº 84/2000 par la commission

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/FR/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A52007DC0739

 Communication de la Commission au Conseil, au Parlement européen et Comité économique et social européen conformément à l’article 5 de la directive (CE) nº 84/2000 concernant les dispositions relatives à l'heure d'été /* COM/2007/0739 final */

[pic] | COMMISSION DES COMMUNAUTÉS EUROPÉENNES |

Bruxelles, le 23.11.2007

COM(2007) 739 final

COMMUNICATION DE LA COMMISSION AU CONSEIL, AU PARLEMENT EUROPÉEN ET AU COMITÉ ÉCONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL EUROPÉEN

conformément à l’article 5 de la directive (CE) nº 84/2000 concernant les dispositions relatives à l'heure d'été

TABLE DES MATIÈRES

1. HISTORIQUE DE LA LEGISLATION EUROPEENNE 3

2. Rappel de l'analyse approfondie de la commission sur les implications de l'heure d'ete 4

3. Les implications de l’heure d’été – resumé des informations transmises par les Etats membres 5

3.1. Avis des Etats membres sur le régime actuel 5

3.2. Impacts sur les secteurs économiques les plus concernés 5

3.3. Nouvelles études 6

3.4. Avis des citoyens 7

4. Conclusions 8

 

4. CONCLUSIONS

Les informations mises à la disposition de la Commission pour la préparation du présent rapport permettent de conclure que l'analyse présentée dans la proposition de la directive reste valable: outre le fait qu'elle favorise la pratique de toutes sortes de loisir le soir et qu'elle génère quelques économies d'énergie, il y a peu d'impacts de l'heure d'été et le régime actuel ne constitue pas un sujet de préoccupation dans les Etats membres de l'UE.

Dans cette perspective, la Commission estime que le régime d'heure d'été tel qu'instauré par la directive reste approprié. Aucun Etat membre n'a indiqué vouloir abandonner l'heure d'été ou modifier les dispositions de l'actuelle directive. En revanche il importe de maintenir l'harmonisation du calendrier pour assurer le bon fonctionnement du marché intérieur qui constitue l'objectif essentiel de la directive.

2001 Directive 2000/84/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 January 2001 on summer-time arrangements

 

 

2001 Directive 2000/84/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 January 2001 on summer-time arrangements

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:32000L0084

 

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:32001Y0202(01)

Communication from the Commission in pursuance of Article 5 of Directive 2000/84/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 January 2001 on summer-time arrangements — Schedule for the summer-time period

 

 

Directives precedentes

1997

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31997L0044

Eighth Directive 97/44/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 July 1997 on summer-time arrangements

 

1994

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31994L0021

Seventh Directive 94/21/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 1994 on summer-time arrangements

 

1992

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31992L0020

Sixth Council Directive 92/20/EEC of 26 March 1992 on summertime arrangements

 

1988

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31989L0047

Fifth Council Directive 89/47/EEC of 21 December 1988 on summertime arrangements

 

1987

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31988L0014

Fourth Council Directive 88/14/EEC of 22 December 1987 on summertime arrangements

 

1985

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31985L0582

Council Directive 85/582/EEC of 20 December 1985 amending Directive 84/634/EEC on summertime arrangements

 

1984

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31984L0634

Third Council Directive 84/634/EEC of 12 December 1984 on summertime arrangements

 

1982

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31982L0399

Second Council Directive 82/399/EEC of 10 June 1982 on summertime arrangements

 

1980

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1538080744293&uri=CELEX:31980L0737

Council Directive 80/737/EEC of 22 July 1980 on summertime arrangements

 

 

 

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01.12 | 10:55

Très bonne proposition de FM. Les embouteillages augmentent la consommation. L' Ile de France va commencer à étaler trop timidement les horaires d'embauche.

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30.11 | 14:28

Pour économiser du carburant , + de flex le matin, #heurestandard on dit au #giletsjaunes, au gouv etc...Montez à bord de #Reductiondelavancementdelheurelegale

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29.11 | 14:50

Faut-il un mouvement "gilets jaunes" pour conserver l'heure d'hiver ? L'heure d'été est nuisible, entre autre, à cause de la clim. en soirée !

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22.11 | 14:15

Le choix entre le Mois Saint et l'heure "dété-stable"....! Pourquoi pas GMT toute l'année? 98% des marocains seraient d'accord!

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