KeolisAmey Unveils Ambitious Plans For Wales

KeolisAmey unveils bold plans for the Wales and Borders rail network.

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KeolisAmey Wins Contract to Run Wales and Borders

The Welsh Government has announced its intention to award the contract to operate the Wales and Borders rail service and the South Wales Metro to KeolisAmey today, 23 May 2018.

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Team Spotlight: Aline Frantzen

Aline Frantzen, the managing director of KAM, talks through her history in light rail and what she’s looking forward to most about the future of the network.

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Pulse – New Ideas To Challenge A Daily Mobility

Pulse has been created to drive progress in daily mobility alongside key stakeholders and to foster ideas by providing a fresh perspective on trends and issues in the mobility sector.

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Pulse Magazine, vol. 2

We are pleased to share with you the latest issue of the Keolis magazine, “Pulse – New ideas to challenge daily mobility“.


The Olympic Park now has autonomous shuttles

Visitors to the Olympic Park can now ride London’s first autonomous hop-on passenger shuttle that is being billed as “the future of public transport”.

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NET celebrates second anniversary of expansion

Nottingham’s tram network has celebrated the second anniversary of the opening of new lines to Clifton and Toton.

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Communications excellence key to boosting customer satisfaction

Communications excellence is key to boosting customer satisfaction. Alistair Gordon explains how this has been achieved on DLR and Nottingham’s NET.

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Investing in people is the key to passenger satisfaction

Staff development trumps technology for passenger satisfaction

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New operator just the ticket for Metrolink

Greater Manchester’s Metrolink tram system – the largest of its kind in the UK – has welcomed a new operator on-board to run the iconic network.