As the world leader in shared mobility, we operate and maintain city, suburban and intercity networks on behalf of more than 300 public transport authorities. We cover a dozen different transport modes, including metros, trams, bicycles, autonomous mobility, on-demand transport and medical transport. As experts in multimodality, we design and develop transport networks based on the complementarity between high-capacity transport modes serving the densest areas and more agile modes which accommodate smaller flows.
The metro is a fast, safe and efficient high-capacity transport mode. That's why many cities are making it the backbone of their public transport network In partnership with Keolis. With ten networks in seven countries and a 40-year proven track record, Keolis is the world leader in automated metro systems.
Rail transport is popular across the world as it connects communities, has a low carbon footprint and offers a comfortable mobility solution to passengers. Keolis has extensive experience in designing, operating and maintaining multimodal networks, enabling us to offer train services that are constantly being fine-tuned to meet the needs of local communities.
Fast, comfortable and clean, trams encourage the extension of pedestrian zones and improve access to outlying districts, all whilst contributing to the appeal of city centres. With over 40 years of expertise in tram operation and maintenance, Keolis is on-hand to partner with the numerous public transport authorities showing a interest in this high-capacity transport mode.
Flexible, accessible, comfortable and increasingly clean... buses and coaches are central to the transport networks of a great number of local authorities, large and small, all over the world. With more than 23,000 vehicles operating in nine countries, Keolis is a major player in the sector, working hand-in-hand with public transport authorities (PTAs) to accelerate the energy transition.
Cycling in cities has increased considerably in recent years. The health crisis has also created the need to change the way we travel. To address these new mobility-related challenges, Keolis provides public transport authorities with a sustainable offer that integrates the bicycle as a complementary solution to other modes of transport like bus, metro, tram, and train.
We work closely with local regions to make transport more inclusive and accessible to all. We offer dedicated transport for people with reduced mobility (TPRM) services to enhance their independence. In addition to our specialised services, we are also working to improve accessibility on our bus, tram and metro networks.
Low or irregular passenger flows, sparsely populated zones, areas with few businesses or tourist attractions, off-peak periods... Because some regions can't provide themselves with a regular mobility service, Keolis provides passengers with flexible, customised on-demand transport solutions.