Transdev renewed the support at the Sustainable Development Charter of UITP
June 10. Jean-Marc Janaillac, CEO of Transdev renewed, at the European Mobility Exhibition 2014 in Paris, the support of the group at the Sustainable Development Charter of IUTP.
Tap, Show & Go on Lancashire's buses
Transdev has launched a mobile ticket solution in association with Corethree and Barclays for customers in Lancashire.
Launch of new electric trains at Transdev Auckland
It was an exciting day for Transdev on the Sunday 27th of April, with the launch of Transdev Auckland's half billion dollar electric train fleet and network.
Laurence Broseta nominated to join Thales Board
Thales shareholders will vote at their May 14, 2014 general assembly meeting on a public sector nomination of Laurence Broseta to join the Thales Board of Directors.
Bart Schmeink, new CEO for Connexxion Holding in the Netherlands
Bart Schmeink has been named CEO of Connexxion in the Netherlands and a member of Transdev's executive committee, effective March 1.
Christian Schreyer named Director of Veolia Verkehr
Christian Schreyer has been appointed Director of Veolia Verkehr. He replaces Stéphane Rambaud-Measson who left the company to join Faiveley Transport as COO.
Véronique Subileau appointed Transdev CSR Director
Previously director for strategy and organization in the HR department at Caisse des Dépôts, Véronique Subileau joined Transdev as CSR Director, effective December 1, 2013.
Transdev subsidiary Visual inaugurates its new themed line linking the center of Paris with the Château de Versailles
The "Versailles Express," a new high-end bus line, offers visitors to the Château de Versailles a simple and fast means of transportation, departing twice daily from the center of Paris. Launched by Visual, a leading provider of private passenger transportation, the service's buses are easily identifiable by their Versailles images and colors.
Transdev wins two operating contracts for district lines in the Bouches du Rhône region in France
Effective January 1, 2014, Transdev subsidiary Société Varoise de Transports (SVT) will operate two lines of the Bouches du Rhône district network, serving a population of more than one million inhabitants.