Keolis places its employees on an equal footing in all countries, men and women alike. This commitment is enshrined in its human resources policy and its approach in terms of corporate social responsibility (CSR), which can be seen in commitments and specific actions recognised by certification at international level.
Keolis Evolve helps agencies rethink how they allocate existing resources to maintain equitable transit options and respond to the challenging economic circumstances facing the industry.
The Keoride On Demand Public Transport trial service in Mount Barker (South Australia) is being extended for the second time to June 2021 since first starting in January 2020
Despite public perceptions of mass transit as a vector for COVID-19 transmission, several scientific studies have found that public transportation poses a relatively low risk of infection with the right precautions.
Keolis has implemented a range of measures around the world to help protect the safety of its passengers.
As a world leader in shared mobility, Keolis works everyday with its partners to promote inclusive mobility through various initiatives and innovative solutions. Our goal to make mobility inclusive and accessible to all is the cornerstone of our corporate social responsibility strategy.