The IMPACTS Project aims to enhance public transport safety, encourage mutual support, and improve urban mobility through innovative solutions. In order to obtain relevant feedback from stakeholders on these innovations, EPF organised an onsite workshop on Saturday, 3rd of June 2023 in Barcelona, as part of the EPF annual conference (agenda). Prior to the workshop, EPF distributed a pre-workshop […]
On May 23rd, Delphine Grandsart of EPF participated in the final event of Lynx4Rail and Lynx4Rail II at the UIC premises in Paris.
Europe’s Rail JU is a public-private partnership in the rail sector, co-financed by the Horizon Europe programme, funding research and innovation and harmonising standards to deliver the railway system of the future. In order to ensure that […]
Last week on June 28th and 29th we officially kicked off the GEMINI project (Greening European Mobility through cascading innovation INItiatives) in Potsdam, Germany. Coordinated by the Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI), this Horizon Europe-funded project consists of 43 partners and will run for 3.5 years.
The GEMINI project aims to reinforce modal shift through the demonstration and uptake of […]
The UPPER project – in which EPF is participating as a research partner – has launched its website!
UPPER – Unleashing the Potential of Public Transport in Europe – is a Horizon Europe project running from January 2023 to December 2026.
UPPER aims to spearhead a public transport revolution that will strengthen its role as the cornerstone of sustainable mobility and […]
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 […]
On 6 February 2023, the EIT Urban Mobility “IMPACTS” project (Inclusive Mobility: Public and Collaborative Trusted Spaces) launched its work during a successful kick-off meeting in Athens, Greece. EPF is glad and excited to be part of the project consortium which consists of 7 members from Germany, Greece, Croatia, Turkey and Belgium.
Public transport (PT) supports the mobility of all […]
On 22 March, our colleague Wandi Chivaura represented the European Passengers’ Federation and the AURORA project at the Amsterdam Drone Week, where she participated in a panel discussion on “What’s on the horizon for UAM in the European landscape”. The discussion which was organised by EIT Urban Mobility, saw the gathering of professionals in the UAM domain including Dominique […]
EPF is excited to announce the launch of the new EU-funded project UPPER (Unleashing the Potential of Public transport in EuRope) which aims at spearheading a public transport revolution, seeking to put public transport at the centre of the mobility ecosystem and strengthening its role as the flagship of sustainability and innovation of mobility in cities.
The project will implement a […]
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 […]
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 […]