Consisting of a fleet of ten vehicles (buses and minibuses), the TUS network, accessible to its passengers free of charge since 2000, is made up of five lines. It serves all the key locations in the town, which has a population of 15,000, including the bus station, the industrial zone, schools, the centre of town and the shopping centre.
Passenger information will be enhanced over the course of the contract, in particular through the creation of a timetable guide which passengers will be able to access online, as well as the roll-out of dynamic passenger information.
Four hybrid vehicles will be introduced within the next few months with the aim of contributing to the municipality’s energy transition. The public transport authority also plans to put four electric minibuses into service in 2023.
Strengthening Keolis'presence in the departement and the region
This contract win enables Keolis to increase its presence in the Oise department, where the Keolis Group also operates city transport services in Chantilly, Lamorlaye and Pont-Sainte-Maxence and intercity services in the region of Hauts-de-France. Keolis Oise employs over 200 people and operates a fleet of vehicles covering around 5 million km per year across the department.
In Hauts-de-France, the Keolis Group operates the public transport networks of the conurbations of Lille, Arras, Chauny, Amiens and Valenciennes (from 1 January 2023).
Key figures for the TUS network
5 regular lines
205,000 km covered per year