SHOW podcast on automated mobility

By |August 31st, 2022|

If you are curious about automated mobility – also called autonomous, self-driving, or driverless mobility – the SHOW podcast is for you. Through a series of interviews, you will get familiar with the concept of automated mobility, how it can impact our lives and you will get to know the people driving this enormous change in urban mobility. The […]

Join our CCAM webinar!

By |August 30th, 2022|

On 14. September, EPF and UITP will jointly organise a webinar combining insights from the two EU-funded projects SHOW and Ride2Autonomy, both dealing with the topic of automated mobility.

Date: 14 September 2022

Time: 14:00-15:30 CET

Topic: CCAM user acceptance and user engagement


Public perception of CCAM: general overview of factors affecting user acceptance (H. Cornet, UITP)
User engagement strategies: how to […]

A new face at EPF

By |August 22nd, 2022|

This month, we said farewell to our colleague Sandra Lima, and welcomed a new project officer, Wandifadza Chivaura, to the EPF secretariat.

After more than two and a half fruitful years at EPF, Sandra has been instrumental in the development and growth of the organisation. She will be missed and we wish her every success in her new endeavours!

Our new […]

INDIMO transferability workshop (Rome, 5. October)

By |August 16th, 2022|

5th INDIMO Co-creation Community Workshop: Transferability of the INDIMO tools to a wider European context – 5th October in Rome, Italy
Do you belong to one of the INDIMO target groups?

Citizens, with a special focus on vulnerable-to-exclusion groups
NGOs and/or associations representing people with special needs
UX/UI designers, graphic designers and developers of digital mobility solutions
Mobility/delivery service providers

Passenger hubs – the end-users’ perspective

By |August 12th, 2022|

On 26. July, EPF took part in a workshop organised by the Ministerial Platform for International Rail Passenger Transport, dealing with the topic of ‘Developing Passenger Hubs for Better Intermodality’.

In order to facilitate international rail passenger transport and inspired by the example of uniformity of international airports (e.g. standard colors, standard signs), UNECE (the United Nations Economic Commission for […]

Successful EPF conference in Copenhagen

By |July 29th, 2022|

The annual EPF conference was held in Copenhagen on 10 and 11 June. The two conference days gathered European passenger organizations, public transport operators, politicians and officials at EU level. Over 70 participants from different European countries took part in the seminars and the evening events.

On the first day, the conference was opened by the Danish Minister of Transport […]

EPF at the ‘Need for high-speed’ network event

By |July 18th, 2022|

On July 11th, EPF attended a high-level policy debate on high-speed rail. This event was jointly organised by CER (the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies), České dráhy and Správa železnic in cooperation with the Czech Presidency of the EU Council. The Czech Minister of Transport, Martin Kupka, opened the debate, while other speakers included MEP Dorien Rookmaker, […]

Belgian Railways on their way to 2040

By |June 30th, 2022|

This autumn, some crucial decisions will be taken regarding the future of the Belgian railways. There will be a new public service contract with the NMBS/SNCB and a performance contract with the infrastructure manager Infrabel, supplemented by multi-year investment plans. Belgium finally has a rail policy again, but without the necessary people and resources, it threatens to remain nothing […]

European Rail Manifesto

By |June 30th, 2022|

Travel and rail industry partner with civil society calling on policy makers to shift to rail
European actors of the rail and travel sector – including civil society and passenger associations – call on European Institutions and Member states to take bold actions now to achieve a climate-friendly transport system by 2030. Their call was presented at the Connecting Europe […]

R2A workshop on Educational Campaigns

By |June 30th, 2022|

The Ride2Autonomy project is organising its second workshop on 7. July (9:30-12:00) on the topic of Educational Campaign guidelines for automated shuttle solutions. 

The aim of the workshop is to provide guidance on how to plan educational outreach campaigns to increase user acceptance of automated shuttle solutions, including engagement methodologies on how to target different user groups (particularly citizens) and illustrate success factors […]