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    Take part in the IMPACTS survey about public transport safety

Take part in the IMPACTS survey about public transport safety

By |May 30th, 2023|

The IMPACTS project invites you to take part in a survey!

IMPACTS, a one-year project supported by EIT Urban Mobility, is testing the introduction of feedback mechanisms amongst users of public transport systems to jointly strengthen safety, enable mutual support and improve the urban environment. The project aims to foster trust and empower passengers to report issues that make them […]

London Travelwatch publishes study on digital exclusion

By |April 27th, 2023|

Digitalisation has quickly become integrated into how we perform daily tasks: from planning a journey to buying a ticket for transport. While such technologies aim to benefit transport users, the truth is that new barriers arise for people who cannot access or use these technologies.

As such, EPF member London TravelWatch sought to investigate who is digitally excluded and disadvantaged […]

EPF welcomes a new board member

By |April 27th, 2023|

EPF’s Annual General Meeting on 22 April brought new changes to the Management Board. Jorge Morera will fill the position previously held by Emil Frodlund, who represented EPF’s Swedish member Resenärerna.

We would like to thank Emil for his contributions to the EPF management board and for his dedication to defending passengers’ interests. Though Emil is no longer part of […]

Register now! Annual EPF Conference 2023

By |March 30th, 2023|

About the annual EPF Conference 2023
We are delighted to announce that the annual EPF Conference will take place in Barcelona, Spain on Friday June 2nd and Saturday June 3rd , 2023.
This year’s programme will focus on bringing forward best practices on three topics:

Price too high or offer too bad? Are discounts and free public transport a successful strategy […]

UMCASE: outcomes and lessons learnt

By |December 20th, 2022|

Groups vulnerable to exclusion, such as older people and people with a low income, are not often considered in the design phase of (digital) mobility solutions. The UMCASE project (Citizens’ Inclusive and Accessible Urban Mobility Solutions), a one-year project supported by EIT Urban Mobility, aimed to tackle this challenge by shifting the attention of policymakers and mobility experts […]

What matters to British rail passengers: A Transport Focus study

By |December 19th, 2022|

EPF’s UK-member Transport Focus conducted a study in August this year to understand what matters most to British rail passengers and where investments should be targeted. Over 15,000 people participated in this research, which also dives into topics like punctuality and reliability, improvements and engineering works, and accessibility.

More specifically, 12,565 rail passengers who had travelled by train in the […]

The INDIMO project: key outcomes

By |December 15th, 2022|

As 2022 comes to an end, so does the 3-year INDIMO project dedicated to breaking the barriers that people face in accessing digitally interconnected mobility systems.

In those 3 years, INDIMO partners collaborated with stakeholders in 5 pilot locations to create a set of adaptable tools and guidelines for developing inclusive mobility services. The INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox is an interactive set of […]

The INDIMO video is live!

By |November 18th, 2022|

New transport products and services should be fully accessible. And while digitilisation has produced an array of opportunities in the mobility sector, groups vulnerable to exclusion such as older people, people with a disability, and ethnic minorities do not always enjoy unrestricted access to these (new) services.

The INDIMO project has positively impacted the lives of these groups vulnerable to exclusion, thanks to […]

Less than one month until the World Passenger Festival

By |October 28th, 2022|

We are less than one month away from the World Passenger Festival, which will be hosted at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam, Netherlands from November 16th to 18th.

EPF’s board members look forward to participating in the different panel discussions and interacting with likeminded global public transport leaders who are driving forward the strategy, technology, and innovations that shape the future […]

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 […]