Following contact with DG COMP, EPF was invited to meet members of the Transport, Posts & Other Services Directorate.  DG COMP’s team was led by the Director.  EPF had previously provided the Directorate with a paper setting out its priorities for the new Commission.  This outlines the case for a seamless passenger transport system facilitated by an integrated data framework and collaborative data analytics.  EPF had also written to DG COMP in connection with a review of the Code of Conduct for Computerised Reservation Systems.  It drew attention to the need for action to ensure passengers’ access to comprehensive, transparent and unbiased information on available travel options and to ensure the elimination of abuse by dominant interests in a fast-evolving market.  There was a wide-ranging discussion and also agreement that EPF would revert with its considered views from a passenger perspective of the implications of Green Speed, the proposed merger of Thalys and Eurostar, which had just been announced.