Involving passengers to shape the future of mobility

By |November 24th, 2021|

To create a more sustainable and accessible mobility for the future, understanding passenger needs and priorities has to be put on the agenda. Therefore, EPF has strived to bring passengers’ input to different events and conferences during the past months.

On the 12th of November, Project Officer, Sandra Lima, attended the Seminar “Shaping the Future of Mobility” where she presented […]

INDIMO Pilot Redesign Workshops

By |November 23rd, 2021|

As INDIMO nears the end of its second year, we are putting the project’s tools to the test.
The pilots have entered phase 2 of the project, with the aim of bringing together developers, end-users, user representatives and policy makers to discuss and improve INDIMO‚Äôs digital mobility services. This is done through the use of the INDIMO inclusive digital mobility […]

Open letter on the EU’s Urban Mobility Framework

By |November 15th, 2021|

The threats posed by the climate crisis call for immediate and concerted action at all levels of governance, while the green transition must not aggravate existing inequalities.

Amidst important climate negotiations at COP26, the European Passengers’ Federation together with the International Association of Public Transport (UITP), The European Passenger Transport Operators (EPTO), POLIS (the network of European cities and regions […]

EPF’s new project Children and youth empowerment through DecidiUM digital platform

By |November 8th, 2021|

Mobility habits, needs and preferences of children and youth are often forgotten in the planning and decision-making process. The European project CES4Kids focuses precisely on listening and understanding these demands from pupils, as well as empowering new generations to be participants in the co-creation of mobility planning.

Supported by the EIT Urban Mobility, within the framework of the Citizen Engagement […]