Keolis, who has been operating the Gold Coast (Australia) tram network since 2014, opened a new 7.3km extension on 17 December 2017. This extension enhances the multimodality of Gold Coast’s transport network, and therefore helps the state of Queensland in their ambitions to accelerate the modal shift, in this dynamic and touristic coastal city.
With Christmas approaching, Keolis Canada is organising an innovative campaign on the streets of Quebec to collect toys for disadvantaged children.
By signing a strategic partnership with IVADO, Keolis will benefit from the expertise of one of the most important global excellence centres dedicated to mass data analysis, to develop innovative urban mobility solutions.
Keolis Canada offers a large range of transport services in Quebec, distinguishing itself through its comprehensive management of the Orléans Express intercity transport network. It is the only Keolis subsidiary to be responsible for services covering the full length of its passenger offer and to have complete responsibility for any associated risks.
Urbis, the public transport authority for the cities of Terrebonne and Mascouche near Montréal, Canada, will soon be offering a new passenger experience to customers. Driverless electric shuttles are set to be integrated into day to day travel as part of a pilot project operated by Keolis Canada and Navya; the first of its kind on the north American continent.