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The trial, which took place in the Keolis bus depot in Gothenburg, Sweden, aimed to provide evidence that autonomous transport can be used in industry-specific cases.
700 employees will operate 300 electric buses anticipated to carry 17 million passengers per year.
In a bid to provide sustainable transportation to the people of Songjiang, Keolis is expanding its light rail operations.
In light of Keolis' Keoscopie study which monitors the impact of technology on mobility, we spoke exclusively to Kara Livingston, Director of Marketing for Keolis Group, who explained what the study revealed about mobility habits and the effect of technology.
The ION Light Rail Transit (LRT) – the Waterloo Region’s new rapid transit system in Ontario, Canada has officially launched at Kitchener's Fairway Station.
The new six-year public service delegation contract between the French Riviera Urban Community and Keolis is expected to generate a total revenue of €60 million.
Keolis have demonstrated how 5G technology can be harnessed to control autonomous vehicles remotely with increased efficiency, reliability and safety.
As the role of public transport continues to change, it is the role of mobility operators to ensure this happens for the benefit of the passenger. Could microtransit be the answer?
Set to carry 650,000 passengers a day upon completion in 2020, the first phase of the Doha Metro Red Line development has opened for preview services.
Keolis Group turnover increased 10 per cent following strong growth, including a new contract in the UK with Transport for Wales.
The initial section of the tram line covers the area of Shanghai that spans from Canghua Road station in the west to Zhongchen Road station in the east.
The shuttles are 100 per cent electric, eco-friendly and provide a good alternative to the private car and a complementary offer to walking and cycling.
Odense Letbane selects Keolis, currently the operator of the country’s first light rail network (Aarhus), to operate and maintain the new light rail network of Odense.
The contract includes a major project to replace the existing rubber-tyred trams with trams that run on steel wheels, with a goal to create seamless connections between Nancy and the various communes of the Métropole.