Our “Moving Green” environmental strategy
In 2019, the Transdev Group made ambitious carbon reduction commitments to be achieved by 2030, aligning us with the Paris Agreements.
Building sustainable mobility requires, first and foremost, convincing as many people as possible to choose public transportation, by improving the customer experience and adapting our offer to passengers’ needs (multimodal options, attractive and comfortable conditions, transportation
on demand, deployment of Mobility as a Service, etc.). It also requires decarbonizing our vehicle fleet by deploying alternative energies (electric, biogas, hybrid and hydrogen vehicles).
Since 2020, our “Moving Green” strategy has formalized our commitments and concrete actions:
- Reduce the carbon intensity of our fleet by 30 % by 2030 (base year 2018);
- increasing our alternative vehicle fleet by 50 % by 2030 (base year 2018) – which already consists of 11% compressed natural gas (CNG) and biogas, 3% biofuel and 3% electric.
To achieve these goals, we support our clients in deploying efficient, lowcarbon transportation networks, we offer intelligent financing solutions to engineer the energy transition, and we leverage our expertise and experience, in particular our zero-emission know-how.
Our “Moving Green” strategy is deployed on all continents thanks to the commitment of its local teams.
The fight against climate change remains more than ever a priority. Public transport has a key role to play in supporting the transition to a more sustainable, fairer and more inclusive mobility, which will involve more shared modes and fewer private cars. This is part of our Moving Green environmental strategy and is supported by the work of the Zero Emissions team, which continues to support all our customers in their projects.
Thierry Mallet, Chairman and Group Chief Executive Officer
Moving Green pilars
Supporting our clients,
in the deployment
of efficient and carbon-free
smart financing solutions,
the energy transition
Valuing our expertise
our Zero Emission skills