Cookie Policy

The company Keolis S.A. (“Keolis S.A.”, “We”, “our”, “us”) makes every effort to protect your personal data in compliance with the applicable European and French regulations. This cookie policy (the “Cookie Policy”) aims to inform you of the purposes and conditions of use of cookies or web browsing data that we may deploy on our websites. This Policy comes in addition to the Keolis S.A. Privacy Policy and is included within the Terms and Conditions of Use of our websites. When you use our services, information relating to your navigation may be recorded in cookies, subject to the wishes you have expressed with regard to cookies and which you may modify at any time (see Article 4 below).

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are text files deposited on your terminal (computer and/or mobile device) by your web browser when you visit a website. If you choose to enable cookies, these will process information relating to your use of our services for the purposes described in Article 2 hereafter.

2. What is the purpose of the cookies used by Keolis?

When you log onto the Internet and use our services, we may, subject to the wishes that you have expressed, install various cookies on your terminal.





Technical cookies

Enable and facilitate the use of our services, in particular to browse our website


If you disallow or disable these cookies, you may no longer be able to use certain essential services on our website

13 months


Tracking cookies

Gauge site performance and generate statistics


Measure the audience of our services

Advertising cookies

Send you personalised advertisements tailored to your needs



3. Social media cookies

Nos services vous permettent de visualiser les Tweets publiés sur le compte Keolis sur Twitter et d’être redirigés vers des services de tiers via des boutons (twitter, YouTube…). 

Our services allow you to view tweets published on the Keolis Twitter account and be redirected to third-party services using buttons (Twitter, YouTube, etc.).

Keolis S.A. has no link with these third-party services. The use of third-party services is subject to the terms of use and/or sale specific to each third party providing these services.

Keolis S.A. cannot be held liable for any accessible content, offer, information consulted or operations carried out through third-party services.

Similarly, Keolis S.A. does not guarantee compliance with the applicable regulations by the publishers and hosts of these services for which they are solely liable.

4. Managing cookies stored on your terminal

You may at any time choose to express and modify your wishes with regard to cookies in the following way.

It is possible to configure your browser so that the cookies are saved on the terminal or, on the contrary, rejected either systematically or according to their issuer. You may also configure your browser so that you are asked from time to time to accept or refuse cookies, before a cookie is likely to be saved on your terminal. If you refuse to save a cookie on your terminal, or if you delete those that are saved there, you may not be able to benefit from certain functionalities that are nevertheless necessary to browse certain areas relating to our services.

The configuration of cookies is different depending on your browser. In order to know how to proceed to set cookies on your browser, you must go to the "help" menu of your browser that will allow it to know how to modify your wishes regarding cookies.

If you have enabled cookies in your browser to be stored on your device, they will be temporarily stored in a dedicated area on your device.