Kisio, together with Google Maps and MobilityData, publishes open mobility datasets and a methodological handbook to represent the interiors of transit stations and improve traveler experiences in trip planning applications. This work results in better journey plans for everyone, including people with mobility needs. On the occasion of the MobilityData Summit taking place on October 17th and 18th at the Centre for Social Innovation in New York City, Kisio and MobilityData are pleased to announce a collaboration with Google Maps on the project “Go Deeper Paris”.
The group also won four other prizes, as well as being highly commended in five categories for its operations in the UK, France and Denmark
From 29 October to 3 December 2019, Keolis will be embarking on a tour of seven cities throughout France – Le Mans, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Salon-de-Provence, Prenois, Bouxières-aux-Dames and Comines – to promote more sustainable forms of mobility across the country. The group's alternative energy experts will be presenting their vision of various clean energies (bio NGV , electric and hydrogen) as well as existing rolling stock to public transport authorities in order to feed their reflection on the challenges of climate change within their territory. Following launches of fully electric bus rapid transit (BRT) services in Amiens and Bayonne-Biarritz in 2019, this initiative is further evidence of the group's desire to make mobility more environmentally friendly.
In a busy first year, KeolisAmey Wales has introduced new services, increased capacity, improved stations and created new jobs as part of an ambitious 6 billion-euro contract.
On 8 July 2019, elected officials of the Epinal conurbation authority (CAE ‒Communauté d’Agglomération d’Epinal), renewed their confidence in Keolis Group to operate the public transport network Imagine. This new 6-year public service concession begins on 1 January 2020. It will generate cumulative revenues of approximately 30 million euros. Keolis, which has operated the network since 2012, will be tasked with developing the transport offer in the region, notably by setting up evening transport services and developing a passenger information system. By the end of the contract, Keolis is committed to increasing the number of network users by 12% and revenues by 11% across the entire network.