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This issue of Intelligent Transport is full of exclusive content from leading industry experts, including: what the future holds for sustainable urban transport; why it’s time to address the gender imbalance in the transport industry; and whether or not e-scooter sharing can serve short transit trips in Singapore; as well…
Aline Frantzen, CEO, US Bus Operations at Keolis describes the successful searches for a CFO and a VP Operations to her team in North America.
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.
A second e-BRT line has begun operation in the Basque Country, with further improvements to stations enhancing the experience for passengers with accessibility needs and providing better travel information.
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, along with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsubishi Corporation, will take over the running and maintenance of Dubai’s Metro and Tram network.
Keolis’ results are more than just figures, they suggest that the future may well be brighter than the pessimistic vision many operators fear is waiting for them post-COVID-19.
Keolis says the new bus contracts will also mean more sustainable buses being introduced in Paris, including 150 to be run on natural gas.
Keolis is trialling autonomous electric shuttles in the city of Gothenburg, which carry eight passengers along a 1.8km route in the Swedish city.
A panel of public transport and urban mobility experts discuss the work that the industry’s public and private parties need to do to deliver better services through more effective data management and usage.
Transport operator Keolis has outlined some big plans for the SMBTA network in the Gard region of France, including hydrogen buses and a carpooling scheme.