Keolis Group plays a crucial role in helping its partners to deliver on local government policies by efficiently managing network assets. For the next instalment of Intelligent Transport's online exclusive feature series focusing on the future of the public transport industry, Pierre Gosset, Industrial Executive Director at Keolis Group, discusses…
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Keolis Group has been awarded an eight-year contract for the operation of 406 buses across the Greater Sydney region, with plans to convert 125 vehicles to electric power.
Running at a speed of 20km/hr, the Keolis Downer vehicle uses 360-degree cameras and input sensors to avoid cars and other objects.
Keolis Downer is expanding its app-based on-demand service to provide more mobility options and public transport connections in NSW, Australia.
The launch of Newcastle's new tram service is the latest stage in Keolis Downer's efforts to provide the city with an integrated, multimodal transport service.
The introduction of autonomous buses in Victoria is a step closer to reality, following the successful completion of the state’s first trial of the technology.
A new service called Keoride is being trialled with the hope of providing an innovative and efficient way to travel across Macquarie Park, as part of the New South Wales Government’s on-demand transport programme…