UIC publishes state-of-the-art “Contamination Rates on Trains”

The UIC (International Union of Railways) has published a state-of-the-art document with examples of scientific evidence, case studies and mathematical models that shows that clusters of Covid-19 are rare on public transport and among train staff, and that the probability of becoming infected on public transport is relatively low.

A separate chapter focuses on the risk perception of Covid-19 on […]

Looking back on 2020

The European Passengers’ Federation looks back on an eventful year with completely new challenges. Covid-19 has presented us with a new set of tasks. The annual general meeting took place in Düsseldorf at the beginning of March. This was already marked by concerns about the health of the participants, many representatives of the 37 member federations refrained from attending […]

TMaaS final conference

The TMaaS consortium is organising the final TMaaS conference on the 21st of January 2021.

With this conference, we’re marking the end of our TMaaS journey, the official end of our 3-year European project. This will be a virtual conference.

Under the theme, “A story of innovating mobility together”, the event will bring together partners from the project, Replicator Cities, other […]

Night trains are coming back

PAU NOY, 17.12.2020

Little by little Europe deflects its bow from unsustainable transport to the sustainable one. Where competitiveness was required before, we now hear about zero-emission transport. Priorities are changing and they are moving fast. It is clear that the COVID pandemic has opened the eyes of European rulers. It doesn’t deal that the virus has been the catalyst […]

Make walking, cycling and public transport the primary modes in Functional Urban Areas by 2030

The European Passengers’ Federation joined forces with 16 associations calling upon the European Commission to commit to modal shift and set targets for increasing the share of walking, cycling and public transport.

The joint letter was sent to Executive Vice-President of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, and the Commissioner for Transport, Adina Vălean, ahead of the publication of the Strategy for a […]