With plans to deploy 39 new trains from mid-2023, Île-de-France Mobilités and RATP Group’s new MP14 trains for Line 11 will replace the region’s oldest metro trains, which date back to the 1960s.
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Keolis is partnering with several other transport operators and authorities to trial new technology which utilises QR codes to make public transport more accessible to those affected by sight loss.
The autonomous shuttles will run on a 1.6km route connecting the local train station to the premises of companies in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
Keolis says the new bus contracts will also mean more sustainable buses being introduced in Paris, including 150 to be run on natural gas.
Aiming for a 100 per cent clean bus fleet, RATP, will begin testing hydrogen fuel buses in early 2020 in real-world operating conditions.
Nicolas Andine, co-CEO of Karhoo, explains why the bus sector needs to innovate and the importance of making sure that it does not follow the same track as the rail industry.