On June 14th, EPF invited the Transport Attachés from the Permanent Representations for a breakfast in the facilities of Brussels pressclub. Following the current corona rules, we had an audience of 10 colleagues from different countries.
EPF’s officers Kathryn Bulanowski and Sandra Lima together with EPF chair Josef Schneider took the floor to present EPF to those present as a strong European representative of passengers. In the subsequent discussion with the Attachés, it became clear that, from their point of view, the involvement of customer representatives must be an essential factor for the future. Using the example of digital projects, it became clear that all European citizens’ interests need a voice, even those who may not have access to digital and mobile devices.
EPF felt this breakfast was an investment in the future for a better exchange with the Permanent Representations to get better understanding of passengers’ needs in all modes of public transport.
The presentation can be downloaded here.