Renewed in Nevers, Keolis confirms its expertise in designing mobility solutions for the urban networks

Renewed in Nevers, Keolis confirms its expertise in designing mobility solutions for the urban networks of median cities
7 octobre 2019
On 28 September 2019, the elected officials of Nevers Agglomération, located in the centre of France, renewed their confidence in Keolis Group to operate the Taneo public transport network. The new 6-year public service concession begins on 1 January 2020. It will generate cumulative revenues of approximately 42 million euros. Keolis, which has been operating the network for 12 years, will be tasked with strengthening the transport offer in the conurbation, in particular by facilitating access to on-demand transport and deploying contactless payment. By the end of the contract, Keolis is committed to increasing the number of passengers by 11% and revenues by 25% across the entire network.

An enhanced transport offer 

To meet the increased mobility needs of passengers in the conurbation, the new Taneo network will evolve, from September 2020 onwards, with the reinforcement of existing services: 

A more connected passenger experience 

From 2020, several digital offers will be deployed, reinforcing Nevers Agglomération’s position as an innovative and smart region: 

  • A contactless payment solution, available from June 2020, will allow passengers to pay for and validate their journey directly, using their contactless payment card or smartphone.

  • The new website, included in the NeversDansMaPoche app developed by the conurbation, will offer a new booking interface for on-demand transport services, enabling the purchase of ticket remotely via the online shop.

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