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Partnering with public stakeholders in the field of mobility
Local transport authorities and local communities
In all countries and regions where Keolis operates, its subsidiaries cultivate partnerships with local authorities and their elected representatives. These partnerships are based on listening and transparency, and go far beyond a traditional customer-supplier relationship, enabling each local authority to develop an efficient mobility offer tailored to meet the challenges of their specific community.
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The partnership relationship Keolis and its subsidiaries cultivates with elected representatives and local authorities forms part of the Group's DNA and is one of the 7 strategic workstreams of KeoLife, our continuous improvement programme.
OUR GOVERNMENT PARTNERS
ASSOCIATIONS WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT, THE LOCAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC SERVICES
Villes de France
Villes de France is a pluralist association of elected representatives uniting the country’s medium-sized towns, which together represent the habitat of nearly half the French population (30 million inhabitants). These population hubs, supported by Villes de France, reinforce the regional interconnections between large cities and rural communities, with which they dialogue and cooperate.
France Urbaine brings together the elected representatives of metropoles and large urban communities with the aim of promoting the urban condition to public authorities and citizens. By reviving dialogue with the State, the association plays an active role in structuring the urban world and increasing its attractiveness.
The Federation of Local Publicly-Owned Companies represents semi-public companies and local publicly-owned companies in France. It promotes the interests of both types of company to the French authorities, European institutions, local authorities and public and private partners.
The Institute of Delegated Management is a business foundation aimed at improving the way quality and performance is governed in public services, especially when they delegate their management. In particular, it focuses on analysing and summarising different modes of management and contractual mechanisms.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT UTP
The Union of Public and Rail Transport is a professional organisation bringing together public transport companies and rail companies (both passenger and freight) in France. The UTP is a member of the Interprofessional Transport and Logistics Group (GITL) which represents it within the MEDEF. It represents the profession, promotes the collective interests of its members to French and European institutions, manages the collective agreements of the sector and promotes public passenger transport.
The International Union of Public Transport is an international association which organises and regulates public transport. It brings together political authorities, public transport operators, scientific institutes, service providers and the public transport industry. 3,000 members from 90 different countries share their experience and knowhow.
The National Federation of Passenger Transport is a professional association that brings together all the professions and companies (microenterprises, SMEs, groups) involved in coach transport. It provides insights and suggestions to decision-makers at departmental, regional, national and European levels. It establishes rules of partnership in relation to the other passenger transport operators and promotes public passenger transport.
Learning and Training in Transport and Logistics, formerly AFT-IFTIM IM, offers more than 600 courses, from national vocational qualifications to six-year university degrees, full-time, continuous or including work placements in fields of transport and logistics. It is the leading organisation for preliminary and continuous vocational training in the sector in France and Europe.
Composed of MPs, businesses, professional organisations and active citizens, the association Avenir-Transports is a place for exchange and dialogue on modal and intermodal transport choices at the national and European level. Its goal is to facilitate elected officials’ understanding of the issues related to all transport modes and infrastructure, without distinction or preference.
Transport, Development, Intermodality, Environment is a platform for reflection and exchange. It aims to draw up proposals for the development of multimodal, sustainable transport systems with transport stakeholders, to submit them to debate, and to bring them to the public authorities. Pluralistic and multimodal, the association TDIE brings together all the public and private stakeholders of different transport modes: network managers, operators, loaders, transporters, logisticians, elected officials, local authorities, entrepreneurs, Industrialists, experts and researchers.