Alistair Gordon - CEO Keolis UK

Keolis – The Times feature: 8 February 2014

‘Briton puts the French at front of the queue to run the nation’s rail services’

TransPennine Express

Keolis Shortlisted For TransPennine Express & Northern Franchises

Keolis has been shortlisted to bid for both the TransPennine Express and Northern franchises as part of joint venture agreements.

East Coast Bid

Keolis and Eurostar announce intention to enter joint bid for UK East Coast rail franchise

Keolis and Eurostar International have announced their intention to launch a joint bid for the UK East Coast rail franchise. The successful bidder for the franchise is expected to be awarded a contract in October 2014, with the franchise commencing in February 2015.

London overground

Keolis Bid for London Overground

Keolis joint venture shortlisted for London Overground franchise

Thameslink header

Keolis joint venture wins Thameslink franchise

The joint venture (Govia), involving international public transport operator Keolis, has been awarded the contract to operate what will become the country’s largest rail franchise, Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern (TSGN).

Keolis strengthens management team

UK public transport operator Keolis has further strengthened its management team with the appointment of Ruud Haket as Chief Operating Officer.

DLR - Docklands Light Railway
DLR - three car train service commenced between Tower Gateway and Beckton - 9th May 2011

KeolisAmey Docklands commences operation

New operator to bring further improvements to high-performing Docklands Light Railway

light rail station / tram stop

Light Rail Key To The Benefits Of HS2

New light rail networks key to spreading the benefits of HS2. Keolis report provides a blueprint for a ‘hub and spoke’ approach to regional transport.

Keolis CEO Alistair Gordon

Sunday Telegraph feature with Keolis CEO – Alistair Gordon

Keolis UK chief executive talks to Nathalie Thomas from The Sunday Telegraph

Keolis Key Connections Report

Key connections: Integrating the transport network into High Speed 2 (Report)

A focus on greater connectivity between stops on the HS2 route and their surrounding locations is key to ensuring that High Speed Rail is a catalyst for growth in the UK’s City Regions.