21st Conference of the European Passengers’ Federation

21-22 June 2024

EPF’s 2024 annual conference will take place in Warsaw on 21 & 22 June.

The programme will focus on bringing forward best practices on four topics:

  • Competition, good for passengers?
  • What passengers expect from the EU Parliament and the Commission?
  • Long distance coach travel and passengers rights
  • Multimodal Digital Mobility Services (MDMS)

The conference will be a mix of presentations, working sessions and panel discussions and you will be able to both gain new knowledge and contribute with your own.

Ibis Warszawa Stare Miasto
Muranowska 2, 00-209 Warszawa



Kindly complete this form, and forward it directly to the provided email address: H3714-RE@accor.com before 10 May 2024 (email address also in the form), should you wish to get the discounted accommodation price at the Hotel Ibis Warszawa Stare Miasto, where the conference will take place. 



Detailed programme for EPF Conference 2024


Registration for the EPF Conference 2024 is open.

Practical info

Practical information 2024

EPF Conference is supported by

Prokolej Foundation, member of EPF, is a non-governmental organization based in Poland. Their goals include but are not limited to expanding the network and increase the scale of rail transport in Poland, develop the potential and competitiveness of carriers and the rail industry and balance the development of transport and the division of funds between railways and roads.


About EPF

The European Passengers’ Federation links all major passenger organisations throughout Europe and represents the interests of public transport users at the European level. EPF is an international non-profit association under Belgian law. Each member organisation appoints a delegate who is responsible for the contacts between his/her association and the federation. All delegates are invited to attend the meetings of the Administrative Council and the General Meeting.

EPF is committed to improving standards on public transport, achieving comprehensive passenger rights throughout Europe and promoting effective and seamless multi-modal travel – by conducting research, publishing reports, organising conferences and working constructively with transport operators and decision makers.

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