With the addition of a total of 24 new electric buses across the two new contracts, Keolis will support the Province of Utrecht and Movia advance their transition to a zero emissions fleet.
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As part of the contract, Keolis will further strengthen the Valenciennes network's transport offer, with the launch of additional bus routes, on-demand services and new contactless ticketing solutions.
Under the eight-year contract, Keolis will increase the distance covered by the network by over 10 per cent across all modes of transport, as well as provide a new MaaS app to support multimodal trip planning.
Stratio announces a global framework agreement with Keolis to implement predictive maintenance and remote diagnostics
The framework agreement between Stratio and Keolis to enable predictive maintenance and provide remote diagnostic technologies comes after a series of successful projects to extend the digitalisation of maintenance operations.
In addition to growing the public transport network's mobility offer, Keolis aims to significantly improve the customer experience by providing enhanced passenger information.
Under the 10 year contract, Keolis will oversee the operation and maintenance of 31 buses and will contribute to the renewal of the network's fleet, which will run exclusively on electric power by April 2023.
With this new contract, Keolis now operates 27 tram networks worldwide, reinforcing its position as one of the world's most significant tram operators.
As part of the contract, Keolis will serve an area of over 140,000 inhabitants in 59 municipalities and will oversee the operation of 38 fixed-route and on-demand transit services.
Continuing an 18-year partnership, the City of Paris has renewed its contract with Keolis for the operation of its PAM 75 transport service for people with reduced mobility.
The first section of Qatar's new Lusail tramway, the Orange Line, has been opened to the public, marking the beginning of making the entire tram network operational in early 2022.
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.
In addition to being 5G-connected, remotely monitored and autonomous, Keolis's new electric minibus features an internal AI system that detects passengers’ wellbeing and behaviour.
Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley considers how far away the industry is from utilising autonomous vehicles in everyday public transport and how the sector is working to reassure users that the technology does not sacrifice passenger safety.
Alistair Gordon, CEO of Keolis UK, outlines the progress that the transport operator has made in transitioning to sustainable fuel alternatives, and outlines how the bus sector can improve connectivity for passengers after the pandemic.