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Social dialogue in the urban public transport sector in specific Central and Eastern European countries

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For the European Social Partners establishing a shared understanding to address some of the issues arising from the respective organisation of public transport in different countries and cities as well as the rapid changing environment in which companies and workers operate (digitalisation, changing patterns of urban mobility, new actors etc.) is essential. Ensuring the quality of public transport services and the quality of working conditions, as well as remaining an attractive and important local employer, is a guiding principle.

With this project, the European Social Partners aim to contribute to improve the representation of Central and Eastern European Countries in the European Social Dialogue and foster a better mutual understanding by engaging into a direct dialogue and exchange with the organised labour and organised business in those countries. The results of these exchanges are reflected in this report.

The report is also available in Bulgarian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish and Romanian. Contact us at europe[a] should you wish to receive a translated version of the report. 


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