Intelligent Transport’s Sam Mehmet speaks with Keolis Group’s Kara Livingston about the operator’s views and focus on the past, present and future drivers of the mobility agenda.
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The new service is part of the city public transport network, inaugurated by François Bayrou, Mayor and President of the Pau Béarn Pyrénées intercommunal area1, and opened to the public on 17 December 2019.
On the 80 hectares site in Châteauroux, Keolis will conduct operational test of its autonomous fleets in a bid to guarantee optimal safety and quality of service for passengers.
Japan and France are one step closer to driverless vehicles as Groupe Renault and Nissan to become the first automotive manufacturers to explore driverless mobility.
Airbus, Groupe ADP, RATP Group, together with the Île-de-France region and the DGAC (French Civil Aviation Authority), have announced the launching of a feasibility study for the presentation of a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft system in urban areas for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
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.
Vélo'v in Lyon and bicloo in Nantes, both managed by JCDecaux, have enjoyed significant improvements in user numbers.
HysetCo will make it easier to deploy hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and their recharging infrastructure within the Île-de-France region.
Environmental challenges are not limited to country borders, so Lime is extending its green initiative and commitment to sustainability across the Atlantic, as stated by its recent blog post.
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.
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.
For the first time in France, a new, real-time, on-demand shared mobility service will offer passengers comfortable journeys and provide connections between modes of public transport.
In March 2018, open payment on trams was well received by travellers in Dijon, and so the service is to be extended to buses.
Renault’s new solution, EZ-ULTIMO, concludes a concept-car trilogy illustrating a vision of the future of urban shared mobility.
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.