Since the beginning of March, close to a hundred residents in Dijon, France, have decided to leave their car in a city car park for a whole month. This initiative led by DiviaMobilités, the network operated by Keolis Dijon, and Dijon Métropole, the local transport authority, aims to promote alternatives to personal cars and discover new ways of moving around the city.
The public transport market is changing rapidly and recruiting employees for all types of positions, from drivers to directors. Wrongly perceived as being exclusively for men and without career prospects, Public transport is an innovative sector and is far from being reserved only for men. Keolis supports the efforts of its subsidiaries striving to promote inclusion and workplace equality.
The passenger experience offered by Keolis satisfies its users. As stated by the vast majority of them in KeoPulse, a new single satisfaction indicator deployed on thirteen of the largest networks operated by the Group in France and abroad.
11-16-2018 On 15 November 2018, the city of Rennes launched a trial of autonomous vehiclwes on the campus of Rennes 1 university, to be run by Keolis as part of the STAR public transport network. Supported by the expertise of Keolis, a pioneer in shared mobility, this service serves to strengthen the city’s innovation strategy.
26-10-2018How do you convince school kids to put on their seatbelts? Keolis, in partnership with the MAIF Foundation, ANATEEP and BVA Nudge Unit, recently ran a five-week trial of 'nudge' techniques, on five school bus networks in France. The objective was to see whether nudge techniques actually work in getting children to wear their seatbelts.