On 10 August 2018, Keolis, a pioneer in autonomous shared mobility, in collaboration with its partner NAVYA, announced the launch of a long-term demonstration project for an autonomous electric shuttle in Candiac, Quebec.
For the first time in Canada, an 100% autonomous electric shuttle will circulate on a public road in real operating conditions, thus extending the existing public transport offer to fully meet the mobility needs of Candiac’s residents.
On 12 July 2018, the municipality of Greater Chambéry entrusted Keolis with the management and operation of its public transport network, Stac. The six-year contract becomes effective on 1 January 2019 and will generate cumulative revenue of 138 million euros.
As part of this new contract, won after a highly competitive bidding process, Keolis plans to provide 90 million passenger journeys by the end of the contract by renewing the current transport offer to facilitate access to the network and enhance the passenger experience.
Keolife was designed and implemented to structure the Group’s strategy of continuous improvement. Based on proven fundamentals, Keolife provides a shared framework for all Keolis’ subsidiaries to improve their performance for the benefit of passengers and public transport authorities alike.
Keolis Santé has become a key actor in the silver economy by signing a partnership with the University of Technology of Troyes (UTT). Through this partnership, Keolis Santé and the UTT reinforce their commitment to improving the autonomy of older people.
France’s first urban cable car has reached a symbolic milestone by transporting its one millionth passenger, sooner than initial forecasts. And to celebrate the special day, four lucky winners tucked into a starlit meal on 29 June aboard one of the cabins of the cable car.