These new contracts establish a long-term framework that will enable the implementation of a bus network in Greater Paris, as designed by STIF. They are intended to accelerate improvements to the bus networks in the coming months.
These contracts will allow Keolis to run, on behalf of STIF, a number of ambitious trials in Greater Paris in the areas of alternative energies and new forms of mobility.
As part of their partnership, STIF and Keolis plan to raise standards in terms of service quality and fare evasion.
Keolis’ proposals involve ambitious, innovative solutions that will provide STIF with the best service at the lowest cost.
I’m delighted by the trust the transport union for Greater Paris has placed in us. The signing of these contracts will enable us to imagine together mobility solutions needed for the Grand Paris metro project and the Greater Paris region. Keolis will continue to leverage its expertise in operations and customer experience, as well as its innovation strategy for new forms of mobility and digital technology.
Keolis in the Greater Paris region:
- 4,100 employees
- 2,100 vehicles
- 25 subsidiaries
Overview of activities
- Regular lines: Versailles and Vélizy (Phébus), Seine Saint-Denis and Val d’Oise (Keolis-CIF), Essonne (Draveil, Vigneux, Evry, Corbeil, Athis-Mons, Monthléry, Etampes).
- Specialised public services: Fileo (Europe’s leading on-demand public transport service), PAM75, PAM94, bus stations (Roissypôle, La Défense, etc.), school bus services, regional night bus Noctilien.
- Private services: Le Bus Direct – Paris Aéroport (formerly Cars Air France), hotel (CDG) and airport (CDG, Orly) shuttles, company shuttles, SNCF replacement buses (planned and unplanned), tourism / incoming.