Keolis, a major player in digital mobility, has announced at the 2017Netexplo Forum the results of its first international digital mobilityobservatory. The observatory targeted 13 smart cities across five continents, to betterunderstand the impact of the digital revolution on the use of publictransport. Three common expectations and 10 fundamentals for the passengerexperience of tomorrow have emerged from the studies. This research illustrates Keolis’ proximity with cities, its commitment toenhance the passenger experience, and to create the smart transportnetworks of tomorrow.
In partnership with Netexplo, Keolis has announced the results of the first international digital mobility observatory. Covering 13 smart cities across five continents, it has helped to understand the impact of digital technology on the use of public transport. This research illustrates Keolis’ proximity with cities, its commitment to enhance the passenger experience, and to create the smart transport networks of tomorrow.
‘En route’ to the future of mobility, residents and visitors of the Greater Paris region are now able to enjoy a new passenger experience on-board Keolis’ autonomous electric shuttle. Services will run along the main esplanade of the La Defense business district in Paris. The trial of the shuttle, developed in partnership with Navya, is driven by the support of the local transport authority, Ile-de-France Mobilités.
For the first time, driverless autonomous electric shuttles will drive the streets of Canada. Keolis and Navya have been approved to demonstrate, under real traffic conditions, the performance of this innovative mobility solution.
Under this plan, all buses in the most polluted areas of Greater Paris will run on clean energy by 2025. To prepare for this challenge, STIF and Keolis will trial a new type of fully electric bus on the line connecting Versailles and Vélizy.