Further expanding its micro-mobility operations in France, Dott will provide the city of Grenoble with over 4,000 e-scooters and e-bikes from July 2022.
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With plans to deploy 39 new trains from mid-2023, Île-de-France Mobilités and RATP Group’s new MP14 trains for Line 11 will replace the region’s oldest metro trains, which date back to the 1960s.
With the three new bus networks set to commence on 1 August 2022, Keolis will operate a total of 101 lines and approximately 400 vehicles – providing better transport links to over 400,000 residents.
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.
Now operating in nine countries and 38 cities, as well as successfully becoming multimodal, Dott supported 130 per cent more trips in 2021 compared to 2020.
Under the six-year contract, RATP Group will be responsible for the operation of the Plateau de Saclay public transportation network - including 44 regular and two demand-responsive bus lines.
As part of its efforts to become a fully electrified mobility platform, Uber is supporting its drivers in transitioning to electric vehicles and its users in making more sustainable transport choices.
Following the launch of its new e-bikes in France, Dott is set to introduce additional e-bike fleets in Italy, Belgium and the UK.
By integrating with the Bonjour RATP app, Lime will enable Parisian public transport users to make seamless multimodal journeys across the French city.
Part of the ambitious Grand Paris Express, the four new metro lines will provide greater and more direct connectivity between suburban districts and link important transport hubs in the capital.
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.
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.
New charging infrastructure that can be plugged into advertising boards or streetlights is being trialled in Paris in a bid to make micromobility even more sustainable in the French capital.
Sebastian Castellanos, a research lead at the New Urban Mobility alliance (NUMO) explains why it is essential to put communities at the heart of new mobility developments.
Keolis says the new bus contracts will also mean more sustainable buses being introduced in Paris, including 150 to be run on natural gas.