In the event were Alicia Rubio, Assistant Director General Transport Inspectorate of the Ministry of Development and responsible for transport inspection of the Autonomous Communities of Madrid, Catalonia, Valencia, Castile-La Mancha and the Basque Country, as well as major organizations representative of road transport.
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The number of offenses detected has increased 168,549 euros (compared to 146,358 in 2013) and the number of cases resolved so has a similar proportion: 106,602 (compared to 95,401 in 2013)
The proceedings initiated for offenses related to driving times and rest 68.8% (53,226 in 2014/31 529 in 2013) were also increased.

Other interesting facts

These are some of the results of this plan:

- Lack of transport cards: 8,076 offenses (compared with 13,349 in 2013).
- Proceedings initiated by overspeed: 866 offenses (compared to 1,238 in 2013).
- Excess weight: 19,776 offenses (compared with 20,584 in 2013).
- Infringements on the transport of dangerous goods: 3,885 offenses (compared to 4,150 in 2013).
- Infringements on the transport of perishable goods: 2,353 offenses (vs. 2,402 in 2013).
- Violations in international transport: 857 offenses (compared to 754 in 2013).
- Control of drivers from third countries: 516 companies analyzed (compared to 344 in 2013).
- Companies that do not visaron: 2,818 required companies (compared to 1,454 in 2013) with the result of 593 offenses imposed (compared to 372 in 2013).
- Inspection campaigns freight companies: 259 offenses (compared to 655 in 2013).
- Campaigns inspection operators transportation intermediaries: 305 offenses (compared to 687 in 2013).
- Controls by the Civil Guard on the road: 260 240 cars (compared with 252,298 in 2013), which is a 3'15% more roadside checks by the Civil Guard. However, in controlled vehicles has decreased the number of vehicles reported, namely 110,150, compared to 115,117 in 2013 (representing a 4.31% lower than the previous year).