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    Leaving no-one behind: safe, accessible and inclusive mobility

Leaving no-one behind: safe, accessible and inclusive mobility

By |March 25th, 2024|

On March 19th, Katie Bulanowski participated in the workshop, “Leaving no-one behind: safe, accessible and inclusive mobility”, at the Eurocities Mobility Forum in Utrecht.

Moderated by Eurocities’ Arianna Americo and Francesco Iacorossi, this workshop was the first in a series of workshops around the UPPER project’s Mobility-as-a-Right (MaaR) concept. The MaaR concept is one of the pillars of the […]

Passenger Mobility Package – EPF feedback

By |March 18th, 2024|

On 29. November 2023, the European Commission adopted a “Passenger Mobility Package”, a set of proposals designed to improve the experience of passengers and travellers by strengthening their rights, focusing on three aspects:

Stronger passenger rights
Protection of package travellers
Data and digitalization / automation in the transport sector.

In our feedback to the new proposals under point 1 – […]

SIGN-AIR project website is live!

By |February 29th, 2024|

🚀 The SIGN-AIR website is LIVE! The main goal of the SIGN-AIR project is to build a platform to allow Transport Service Providers of different modes to generate and monitor data-sharing agreements and smart contracts, improving multimodality and creating a seamless transportation system.

🌍 Our job doesn’t stop there; we also focus on creating knowledge along the way, passing it […]

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    EPF Conference 2024: Shaping the Future of Passenger Mobility

EPF Conference 2024: Shaping the Future of Passenger Mobility

By |February 27th, 2024|

The 21st Conference of EPF is set to take place in Warsaw, Poland on 21 – 22 June, 2024. Hosted at the Ibis Warszawa Stare Miasto, this annual event promises to be a dynamic platform for industry leaders, policymakers, and stakeholders to explore pressing issues and innovations in passenger mobility.

This year’s conference will feature a comprehensive program centred around […]


By |February 21st, 2024|

As cities grapple with growing congestion, the EU-funded AURORA project in which EPF was a partner are now available on our website. The project concluded its three-year journey with a joint final event “Elevating Urban Air Mobility” in collaboration with its sibling projects AiRMOUR and Flying Forward 2020 on 22 November, 2023, in Luxembourg.

AURORA focused on developing safety-critical technologies to support […]

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    EPF’s Insights at the TRAN Committee Hearing on Advancing Public Transport

EPF’s Insights at the TRAN Committee Hearing on Advancing Public Transport

By |February 20th, 2024|

On 14. February 2024, the European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN Committee) convened a public hearing on “How to boost public transport and deal with the challenges faced by the sector”. The hearing aimed to delve into crucial aspects of future transport policy and identify strategies for enhancing the efficiency, accessibility, and sustainability of public transport across […]

The EU Green Deal Needs to Make Train Tickets Easier to Find and Book

By |February 5th, 2024|

Joint Press Release – 05.02.2024
Potential passengers need easy access to timetable information and quick access to tickets. Recent legal rulings have shown: The EU and its Member States finally need to make trains easier to find and book for the citizens who are paying for it.
But how should this be done?
Renfe has committed to providing unrestricted access to its […]

European passengers deserve a competitive European airline market

By |January 31st, 2024|

Over the last decades, liberalization has led to cheaper, safer, and more comprehensive air connections throughout the EU. This was driven in large parts by vigorous competition between airlines, engaging in a constant effort to outcompete their peers by developing and improving their services.

Now, the European air travel industry stands at a crossroads. Large and increasingly dominant airline groups […]

Outcomes of the IMPACTS project

By |January 29th, 2024|

The IMPACTS project (Inclusive Mobility: Public and Collaborative Trusted Spaces), a one-year project supported by EIT Urban Mobility and led by TU Berlin, envisioned a human-centric public transport where passengers feel safe, support fellow travellers, and contribute feedback to improve services. IMPACTS developed a socio-technical tool, WizGo, that (i) connects passengers of mobility services in proximity off- and online and (ii) […]

Eurostar high-level meeting with EPF – Better disruption management needed

By |January 25th, 2024|

Representatives of EPF members from Belgium, the Netherlands, UK and France – countries served by Eurostar – met with Gareth Williams, Eurostar’s General Secretary & Chief Strategic Partnerships Officer, and several of his colleagues mid-January for an annual meeting. EPF and Eurostar exchanged on various topics, such as investments in new hubs and infrastructure, as well as through ticketing and […]