In a busy first year, KeolisAmey Wales has introduced new services, increased capacity, improved stations and created new jobs as part of an ambitious 6 billion-euro contract.
Through its joint venture in China, Keolis opened a new section of the Songjiang tram network on 10 August, bringing its total coverage up to 27 kilometres and the number of stations served to 40. In a bid to reduce numbers of urban car journeys, the network is intended to carry some 170,000 passengers per day. This milestone is important for Songjiang residents and visitors to it – who are now able to rely on a sustainable and comfortable shared mobility solution for getting around the city –, as well as for Keolis, which is bolstering its presence in China and shoring up its position as a leading global tram operator.
From 9 to 12 June 2019, all urban public transport operators will meet in Stockholm for the 2019 edition of the UITP Global Summit. As an expert in shared mobility and preferred partner of PTAs, Keolis will showcase its expertise in integrated multimodal transport networks as well as its latest innovations.
From 17 to 21 September, Keolis will be welcoming visitors on its stand for the 2018 edition of the ITS World Congress, to take place in Copenhagen, Denmark. A pioneer in shared mobility solutions, Keolis will use ITS to showcase its latest innovations for public transport.
Keolis will take part in the next edition of the Innotrans tradeshow in Berlin, Germany, from 18 to 21 September 2018. It will be an opportunity for Keolis to showcase its world leading mass transit solutions, as well as its many innovations for smarter, more sustainable mobility.