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 […]

EPF’s annual report published

By |April 22nd, 2023|

At its Annual General Meeting in Düsseldorf on 22.04.23, EPF adopted its 2022 annual report. The full report is available here and gives an overview of another year full of activities – centered around three core fields of action:

POLICY WORK: EPF acts as a unique platform for representing passengers’ interests in policy formulation at EU level, working constructively together […]

Webinar: Setting the scene for new Rail Passenger Rights

By |April 5th, 2023|

On 17. May, UITP – with the participation of EPF – will organise an online webinar ‘Setting the scene for new rail passenger rights’. A revised EU rail passenger rights regulation will be implemented from 07 June 2023. What new rights does this new Regulation bring? 

This training aims at explaining the major changes occurring as of 07 June 2023 for […]

Rail Passenger Rights – standard form for reimbursement and compensation requests

By |April 5th, 2023|

The European Commission is proposing an implementing Regulation that creates a standard form to make it easier for rail passengers to request reimbursement or compensation from railway companies when rail services are cancelled or delayed (more info here).

In principle, EPF supports the introduction of a uniform, standard form for reimbursement and compensation requests, to make it easier for passengers […]

Introducing our New Logo!

By |April 6th, 2023|

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new logo for our organisation. As some of you have already seen, we unveiled our new logo at our 20th anniversary event, held on January 13th, at the European Parliament.

Our new logo is a reflection of our Evolution, Progress, and  Fruition over the past two decades. As an umbrella organisation […]

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 […]


By |March 29th, 2023|

After 18 years of hard campaigning, SENRUG, a group that campaigns for better rail services in South East and East Northumberland, has successfully secured the approval for the Northumberland Line to open, with passenger trains by summer 2024.

SENRUG’s pivotal role in campaigning for the scheme was recognised during a special meeting with the Secretary of State for Transport, Mark […]

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IMPACTS: Inclusive Mobility Public and Collaborative Trusted Spaces

By |March 29th, 2023|

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 […]

EPF at the Amsterdam Drone Week

By |March 27th, 2023|

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 […]

Multimodal Digital Mobility Services – Ambition needed to increase consumer choice and ease sustainable travel

By |February 28th, 2023|

Today, the European Commission’s Directorate General for Transport and Mobility (DG MOVE) presented its vision for a crucial upcoming piece of legislation – the Regulation on Multimodal Digital Mobility Services (MDMS).

EPF, together with other organisations representing diverse interests from across the mobility sector (consumers, business travelers, rail new entrants, travel intermediaries) strongly support this initiative: “We fully share the […]