EPF delivers keynote at breakfast meeting on Air Services

By |February 19th, 2020|

With the review of the Air Services Regulation, (EC) 1008/2008, and of other acquis with a relevance to air travel, EPF has been focussed on the case for further safeguarding price transparency and improving competition for passengers. Chris Irwin represented EPF as the keynote speaker at a breakfast event in the European Parliament on the impact of airline consolidation […]

Netherlands Proposal for International Rail Passenger Transport

By |February 18th, 2020|

The Netherlands Government has submitted a position paper to the European Commission that sets out plans for the development of international passenger rail. It follows a high-level meeting, mainly with representatives of Member States and the Commission, that was organised towards the end of last year by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management. EPF board members ArriĆ«n […]

INDIMO: inclusive digital mobility

By |February 17th, 2020|

On 12-13 February, the new EU-funded project INDIMO (Inclusive Digital Mobility Solutions) kicked off its activities in Brussels. EPF is glad and excited to be part of the project team.

INDIMO’s main objective is to extend the benefits of digitally interconnected transport systems to people that currently face barriers to using such systems. INDIMO will create an Inclusive Digital Mobility […]

SHOW panel debate

By |February 10th, 2020|

A major milestone for automated vehicles (AVs) was reached at the end of January with the launch of the SHOW (SHared automation Operating models for Worldwide adoption) project. Coordinated by UITP, SHOW brings together 69 partners from 13 EU countries – including EPF – to support the deployment of shared, connected and electrified automation in urban transport across a […]