Clément Michel – Keolis Group Director, Human Resources and Transformation, speaks to Intelligent Transport's Josh Minchin, about Keolis' response to the pandemic and future plans for the group as travel resumes.
List view / Grid view
A fuel cell bus offers all the benefits of electric drive while improving the bus performance with no compromise in service and operation compared to other zero-emission technologies and no road side infrastructure.
Soren Bom, Chief Consultant of the Capital Region of Denmark, tells Intelligent Transport how the Nordics are leading the way in establishing a framework for mobility, but significantly one that they are keen to grow through collaboration with other regions and countries, to everyone’s benefit.
Nomad Digital has secured a contract to deploy on-board passenger Wi-Fi for operators of the Öresundstrain in Denmark and Sweden.
The pilot autonomous project - SmartBus - aims to increase mobility among the residents (of whom less than 50 per cent have access to a car) and bring the neighbourhood closer together.
Holo is allegedly the first company to obtain permission to operate autonomous vehicles in Denmark, and across sites, the company has autonomously transported over 40,000 passengers over 25,000km.
Ten other EU member counties have supported the Danish proposal to ban diesel and petrol car sales by 2040.
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.
Movia has ordered one of the biggest frame contracts for the Siemens eBus business, demonstrating Denmark’s dedication to reducing emissions and ensuring the transport network is sustainable…
11 August 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Efacec, together with COMSA and MUNCK, has won an international tender for the construction of the Odense Light Rail in Denmark.
Leading critical communications expo moves to Copenhagen exploring collaboration and interoperability in an ever – converging European market
24 January 2017 | By Critical Communications Europe
Critical Communications Europe two days of high-level, exclusive discussions, debates, case studies, roundtables and panels...
The ‘old’ system for paying public transportation fares in Denmark dated back to the 1970s and comprised tickets, multiple ride discount cards and monthly passes. After many years of use and extensive wear and tear of the system’s equipment, action was required to improve the entire process. Instead of updating…
25 February 2016 | By Intelligent Transport
In this Real-Time Passenger Information Supplement, TfL’s Strategy & Planning Manager Silke Elvery offers insight to how London is improving the way passengers access information, plus Anders Borring-Møller from Movia Public Transport explains his organisation’s strategy to renew traffic information.
Since 2012, Movia Public Transport in Denmark has been working on a strategy to renew its traffic information; a decision that followed customer studies which revealed that among the different elements of public transport, customers rate useful traffic information as a high priority. Anders Borring-Møller, Programme Manager, explains how Movia…