On 29 November, 2017, Keolis has begun its first passenger services on an initial 30km section of a new automated metro network in Hyderabad, India. Expected to carry 1.3 million passengers daily when fully operational, the Hyderabad metro will help to reduce road congestion and boost the local economy. This new metro service in Hyderabad reinforces Keolis’ international expertise and leadership in automated metro operations and maintenance.
More than 30 years after the launch of the world’s first automated metro, Keolis is strengthening its global market leadership by opening a brand new network in Hyderabad, India, that draws on its expertise acquired in Lille, Rennes, Lyon, and London. Come behind the scenes of an exceptional project, on a continent with an ever growing demand for Mass Transit.
In partnership with Shanghai Shentong Consulting as part of the Shenkai joint venture, Keolis will be the future operator of line 8.3, the new fully automated section of the Shanghai metro. The 6.7 km extension will be brought into service at the end of 2017. With this new contract, the Keolis Group reinforces its position as the global industry leader.