EPF conference in Aachen: registrations open

By |March 27th, 2018|

During the European Passengers’ Federation 2018 conference, we will focus on the passengers’ views on public transport. On 8-9-10 June passenger representatives and policy makers from all over Europe will meet in Aachen, Germany, to discuss innovative concepts and daily solutions in public transport.

This year’s agenda will focus on tourism. How can tourism by public transport be improved. What […]

Reaction on rapporteur’s report on TRAN-hearing

By |March 18th, 2018|

After presenting EFP’s view during the TRAN-Hearing on 20th February, we are not satisfied with the Draft Report (2017/0237 (COD)) submitted by the TRAN-Rapporteur Liberadzki on the proposal for a regulation on rail passengers’ rights and obligations (recast). Regarding this, EPF sent a letter to TRAN Chair Karima Delli with detailed analyses and justifications. This has been forwarded also […]

What is your experience of crossing the Schengen Border?

By |March 14th, 2018|

BODEGA wants to hear the travellers’ voice to understand how to best support them while crossing the Schengen area. We would like to hear travellers’ opinions about different types of technologies, in addition to their thoughts about the passport control procedure while crossing the border.

BODEGA is a research project funded by the European Commission and it aims to develop […]

Revision of Rail passenger rights: open event Disability Intergroup

By |March 14th, 2018|

The Disability Intergroup of the European Parliament organised on February 28 an “open event” on rail passengers’ rights and persons with reduced mobility (PRMs) with a view to the ongoing revision of the Regulation 1371/2007 on rail passengers’ rights.

Key representatives of the Parliament attended and participated in this event: MEP Olga Sehnalova and Kostadink Kuneva, co-Presidents of the Disability […]

GOF4R first newsletter

By |March 1st, 2018|

In November 2017, GoF4R partners released their first newsletter, explaining the progress that was made until the middle of the project and what is to come. To read the project’s first newsletter click HERE.