01-18-2017. A new operator will run Greater Manchester’s iconic Metrolink network – now the largest of its kind in the UK – from summer. KeolisAmey, a joint venture partnership of UK public transport operator, Keolis, and infrastructure asset management specialist, Amey, will take over the reins when contracts with RATP Dev and MPT end in July 2017. Their appointment follows a competitive process led by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) involving three other shortlisted bidders, and has been ratified by Greater Manchester’s Combined Authority leaders.
Another success for Keolis in the United Kingdom: the Group’s joint venture with Amey has been chosen to operate and maintain Greater Manchester’s tram network. With 96km of track, it is the largest tram network in the country.
As part of their programme to make the first and last kilometre of a journey easier, on December 1st 2016 Keolis and its Netherlands-based subsidiary, Syntus, launched in the presence of Prince Pieter Christiaan van Oranje a new bike-hire scheme accessible to everyone via their smartphone
Syntus Keolis Group (Keolis’ Dutch subsidiary) wins a 10-year contract for bus operations in Almere, the Netherland’s seventh largest city. The €400 million contract is the third success in a row for Syntus, following two wins earlier this year, and confirms the Group's growth ambitions in the country.
A 10 year and 400 million euros contract for bus operations in one of the ten biggest Dutch municipalities. An offer based on Almere principles and adapting to local needs. Keolis strives for growth and expansion in the West Netherlands