Keolis Evolve helps agencies rethink how they allocate existing resources to maintain equitable transit options and respond to the challenging economic circumstances facing the industry.
The Keoride On Demand Public Transport trial service in Mount Barker (South Australia) is being extended for the second time to June 2021 since first starting in January 2020
On 18 January 2021, Keolis began testing autonomous electric vehicles in the city of Gothenburg on behalf of local public transport authority Västtrafik.
In early 2020, Joël Lebreton announced his intention to step down at the end of his term as Chairman of Keolis' Supervisory Board in order to focus on personal projects, and on chairing NGO Agrisud International in particular.
On 15 January 2021, Keolis' Supervisory Board met and warmly thanked him for his accomplishments as its Chairman over the past nine years, before appointing Jérôme Tolot (Group Administrator since October 2020) Chairman.
Despite public perceptions of mass transit as a vector for COVID-19 transmission, several scientific studies have found that public transportation poses a relatively low risk of infection with the right precautions.
Keolis has implemented a range of measures around the world to help protect the safety of its passengers.