A flagship network to enhance the appeal and vitality of the Val-de-Marne departement
This contract will play a major role in driving the economic development of the western part of the Val-de-Marne department. This highly dynamic region, with 512,000 inhabitants that is set to increase by 10% between now and 2024, features several major hubs, such as Orly airport and the Rungis international market (the region's biggest employers), together with the Belle Epine regional shopping centre and the Val-de-Marne contemporary art museum.
The future T9, which will enrich the region's mobility offer, will fully integrate into the existing transport network (lines C and D of the RER (suburban train), line 7 of the metro in Porte de Choisy and the Trans-Val-de-Marne bus route) and future projects (Grand Paris Express, the T Zen 5).
Serving the Val-de-Marne department for more than 30 years
As a major public transport player in the region, Keolis provides a wide range of mobility solutions to meet passengers' needs:
operating the bus networks with the Bord de l’Eau network
transporting passengers with reduced mobility with the PAM 94 service, for the Val-de-Marne Regional Council;
o the Bus Direct service which connects Paris' hubs to Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports;
o the GO C PARIS shuttle, which connects Pont de Rungis station and the Orly airport terminals for Île-de-France Mobilités;
o Orly shuttles, which transport passengers and personnel for Aéroports de Paris, hotels and airline companies.
With its expertise in maintaining transport networks, Keolis will soon start building a bus maintenance and storage site in Villeneuve-le-Roi as part of the contract with Île-de-France Mobilités. It is due for completion in December 2020.
Keolis plays an important role in the local economy and is involved in numerous initiatives to increase employment in the Val-de-Marne region. These initiatives will be bolstered by the public service delegation contract to operate Tram 9 and the new Bord de l’Eau bus network in such a way that local residents will be able to enjoy the economic and social benefits created by the expansion of the transport network directly.