the Danish Industry takes reservations against the Unity goal to ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars in 2025.
Michael Swan, branchedirektør in DI Transport, call it ambitious.
- It is ambitious in relation to the government's initiative has set the target later. The most important thing for us is that there is a broad support for it, says Michael Svane.
He has, however, a concern.
- One of the challenges is that we are dealing here with people's mobility in everyday life to do. Therefore it must be justifiable, he says.
the Goal is with in the Unity regime, which will be presented on Wednesday.
to help people moving towards electric cars will Unity have introduced a cash benefit for the purchase of 250.000 electric vehicles from 2020 to 2025. Support ranges from 50,000 to 100,000 dollars.
another great point in the Unity roadmap on climate change is that, from 2030 must buses, taxis, cars and vans, running for the public, do not pollute the air.
in Addition, prices of public transportation will be lowered by 30 percent by 2020.
Michael Swan agree, the collective traffic should be strengthened and be more eco-friendly in order to remove the hardship on the roads.
- It is a natural development. The EU will require it, and we have already elbusser running in Roskilde. It should be more attractive to use the public traffic. Otherwise the sander we the roads, says Michael Svane.
He wants like more freedom to each operator.
Cheaper tickets is not the only solution. The operators, responsible for buses, underground and train, must have more freedom to differentiate prices, says Michael Svane.
Unity will invest up to 40 billion in public transport over the next ten years.