ESBF_2 final conference

By |April 30th, 2018|

Vienna, 18 April 2018 – UITP has held the final conference to bring a close to the EBSF_2 Project (The European Bus System of the Future 2)  – where leading public transport and industry representatives gathered to discuss the success of this pioneering project during the TRA 2018 ( European Transport Research Arena ).

EPF was a partner in the […]

Long distance transport between Sweden, Denmark and Germany

By |April 23rd, 2018|

The European Passengers’ Federation (EPF), the Swedish passengers’ organisation Resenarsforum, the Danish passenger body Passagerpulsen and Council for Sustainable Traffic, the German passengers’ organisation Pro Bahn and Verkehrsclub Deutschland (VCD) are criticising the current service on the longdistance Copenhagen – Hamburg route during engineering work on both the Danish and the German side, and ask DB and DSB to offer attractive […]

Personnel change for EPF

By |April 15th, 2018|

After six years at the centre of EPF’s activities Stijn Lewyllie, EPF’s Secretary General, has left EPF at the end of February.  He provided invaluable administrative under-pinning for the federation.  This allowed it to expand both the range of its activities and its influence.  It was assisted, in no small part, by Stijn’s natural flair for analysing complex issues […]

GOF4R survey

By |April 12th, 2018|

The University of Sheffield has issued an online questionnaire, to survey adults about how they perceive various modes of traveling, order to design a better way of assisting them before, during and after a trip, regardless of whether they travel for daily life or more extended trips by rail, bus, plane, etc. in individual countries and across Europe.

This work is […]