Help us decide on the best possible automated urban mobility solutions!

The H2020 project SHOW supports the deployment of shared, connected, electrified automated vehicles in cities, to advance sustainable urban mobility. Real-life demonstrations will take place in 20 cities across Europe, to test the integration of automated vehicle fleets in public transport, demand-responsive transport (DRT), Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Logistics as a Service (LaaS) schemes.

In order to foster […]

ROVER 50 years old/young

EPF member “Reizigersvereniging Rover” – the union of public transport users in the Netherlands – celebrated its fiftieth anniversary in 2020.

Fifty years ago, public transport in the Netherlands was in decline due to the rapid growth of the private car. National and local authorities were investing a lot of money in motorways and car-parking, at the same time neglecting […]

How digital innovation can benefit (rail) passengers

On the 19th of November 2020, EPF organized two stakeholder workshops in the context of the Shift2Rail IP4 programme, focusing on “How can digital innovation benefit rail passengers?”. The workshops brought together experts representing all types of (rail) passengers.

During each of these two-hour sessions we created a privileged space for relevant stakeholders to discuss how digital tools can be […]

EPF @MOB Lab Portugal

Last 24th of November, the European Passengers’ Federation participated in the third edition of the MOB Lab Congress, a Portuguese congress on mobility.

We were represented by Sandra Lima, Project Officer for EPF, in the round table on “Mobility culture: Where to start and how to improve mobility consciousness?”. In the fruitful 45 minute discussion, Sandra referred to the need […]

ITS Directive review – EPF reply to the Roadmap

The European Commission is currently reviewing the ITS directive, which deals with Intelligent Transport Systems to improve safety, traffic efficiency and driver comfort by helping people take the right decisions and adapt to traffic situations. EU rules aim to accelerate and coordinate the deployment and use of these systems. The revision will assess the availability of infrastructure and traffic/travel data […]