For the first time in France, public transport, parking services and a bike-sharing scheme have been included in one, comprehensive transport contract. The decision of Dijon’s public transport authority to renew its confidence in Keolis is proof of the Group’s expertise across every aspect of the mobility chain.
Keolis Canada offers a large range of transport services in Quebec, distinguishing itself through its comprehensive management of the Orléans Express intercity transport network. It is the only Keolis subsidiary to be responsible for services covering the full length of its passenger offer and to have complete responsibility for any associated risks.
Keolis has been present in Tours since 1975. In 2013, the Group redesigned the agglomeration’s public transport offer during the launch of the first tram line in the city. The goal: to better meet citizens’ mobility expectations, thanks to a multimodal network specifically tailored to their needs.
The "tram of the future" is called Connectram. Led by Keolis Bordeaux Métrople, this pioneering initiative puts smart technology and connectivity at the heart of commuter travel. By offering a unique mobility experience, Connectram allows passengers to rediscover their everyday environment through an interactive immersion in the heart of the Bordeaux of tomorrow.
In 2014, Keolis was chosen to operate Boston’s commuter rail network, the largest rail contract in North America to be assigned to a private operator. Since then, the Group has been working tirelessly to meet its goal of providing world-class service to the 127,000 passengers who travel on the network each day. An ambition founded on real-time information, committed teams, and a strong partnership with the local transport authority.