On 13 December 2021, the City of Paris renewed its contract with Keolis to operate its PAM 75 transport service for persons with reduced mobility, which the Keolis Group has been providing since 2003.
Keolis, three public transport authorities from North Rhein-Westphalia (1) in Germany and the province of Overijssel in the Netherlands (2) signed an agreement, on 15 December 2021, to make certain contractual adjustments and authorise the sale by Keolis of its German rail activities to a new shareholder, TEAM Treuhand GmbH (Groupe Noerr).
Launched in February 2021 in the Bordeaux region with three classes, the Keolis Group's Apprentice Training Centre (CFA), Keolis Mobilities Campus, is intended for candidates aged between 20 and 29 who want to become bus and coach drivers in one of the 80 transport networks operated by Keolis in France.
This Thursday, June 17, the new board of directors of the UTP unanimously elected Marie-Ange Debon as its President. The Chairwoman and Group Chief Executive Officer of Keolis succeeds Thierry Mallet.