Keolis’ global leadership in automated metros is undeniably thanks to the excellence of its subsidiaries. KeolisAmey is a prime example, as within the span of a few weeks, it has received multiple honours for its performance as the operator of London’s Docklands Light Railway (DLR).
01-09-2018 updated on 03-26-2018
On 21 December 2017, two years after being awarded the contract, Keolis launched a new light rail network in the city of Aarhus in Denmark. With this launch, Keolis reinforces its presence in Scandinavia as well as its status as the global leader in tram operations, with 19 tram networks across six countries.
Within a day of each other, Keolis started operating two new major rail networks in Germany and the Netherlands, as well as a bus network in Greater Amsterdam, in December 2017. Three launches that reinforce the Group’s growth and strong position in Continental Europe.
Following the launch of PlanBookTicket in France, Keolis has launched helloGo in the Netherlands, an all-in-one digital multimodal solution. This is the first time the Netherlands has offered an app covering all modes of transport, allowing passengers to manage all steps of their journey on their smartphones. An innovative tool that confirms the Group’s progress in connected mobility.