Val-de-Marne, in Greater Paris, has chosen Keolis to operate its transport service for passengers with reduced mobility. The six-year contract will start on 6 March 2017 and generate a total revenue of €21 million. This win reinforces Keolis’ leadership in the Greater Paris region in services for passengers with reduced mobility. The Group currently operates around 40 on-demand transport services in France, carrying more than 1.3 million passengers every year.
The Val-de-Marne region has chosen the Keolis Group to operate its transport service for passengers with reduced mobility. This win reinforces Keolis’ leadership in the Greater Paris region in services for passengers with reduced mobility, and demonstrates the Group’s commitment to providing accessible transport for all.
01-31-2017. On Tuesday 31 January 2017, following a year of negotiations, STIF, the public transport authority for Greater Paris, and Keolis, signed twenty operation contracts for bus networks in the region, aimed at improving passenger services. Each of these new four-year contracts cover the period from 2017 to 2020. Five additional contracts are currently being negotiated, and are expected to be signed shortly. The contracts will generate a combined revenue of approximately €750 million, enabling Keolis to strengthen its position as a benchmark for transport in the Greater Paris region.
01-31-2017 .LeCab, a benchmark in France for private driver services, in partnership with the American start-up Via and with the support of Keolis, to launch a unique shared transport service in Paris: PLUS.
For the first time in Europe, on-demand transport technology developed by Via will be used to provide the cheapest and most efficient private driver service on the market. To support the introduction of this new service, Keolis has announced it has taken a share in Via, a global leader in share mobility solutions as a result of revolutionary technology developed in New York and Tel Aviv. By launching the PLUS service, Keolis and LeCab are providing the missing link between private driver services and public transport, and demonstrating their shared ambition to offer innovative transport solutions that improve everyday mobility.
In association with the American start-up Via, LeCab and Keolis are launching PLUS, a shared transport service accessible to all and that bridges the gap between private driver services and public transport. Launched in Paris, this transport solution is a first for Europe, and testifies to the ambition shared by Keolis and its private driver subsidiary to develop innovative solutions that will improve everyday mobility.