Transdev launches SuperShuttle Alpes between Geneva’s airport and major Alpes ski resorts

2015.30.01
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SuperShuttle’s shared transportation service arrives in the Alps, providing connections 24/7 between Geneva’s airport and Chamonix Mont-Blanc, Morzine, Avoriaz, Les Gets, Le Grand-Bornand, La Clusaz and Saint-Jean-de Sixt.

Transdev Mont Blanc Bus is offering skiers SuperShuttle’s shared or private shuttle service to Alpes ski resorts from Geneva’s airport. A Transdev subsidiary, SuperShuttle has been the world’s leading provider of airport transportation service for over 30 years. A 20-vehicle fleet will provide upon request door-to-door service between the airport and ski resorts.

With more than 2.3 million tourists visiting the ski resorts from Geneva’s airport*, there is a significant need for simplified mobility services for both travelers and taxis, VTC and shuttles local professionals.

With this new service, which complements the offer of Transdev Mont Blanc Bus, Transdev is applying its expertise as a multimodal mobility manager to serve the needs of Alpes ski resorts through innovative solutions developed with local shared transportation entities. For international customers arriving in Geneva to enjoy globally renowned French skiing, this offer delivers the same high quality service that they already use in the U.S., London, Amsterdam and, since 2009, Paris.

Franck Olivier Rossignolle, Transdev's Deputy Director for France

Quality service at an affordable price

A specialist in door-to-door transfers between airports and cities, SuperShuttle offers comfortable and safe quality service aboard Volkswagen Caravelle-type mini-vans, able to accommodate up to eight people. The bilingual English-French drivers are all trained and certified. Rates are fixed and communicated at the time of reservation. Passengers can choose to travel by shared shuttle, beginning at € 38 per person, or by private shuttle, at € 26 per person (for eight people). Unwelcome surprises are eliminated through fixed rates, with no additional costs.

A simplified reservation and a special welcome

To plan their stress-free trip from A to Z, travelers can reserve using the method of their choice. Online reservations can be made at www.supershuttle.fr in five simple steps, indicating the place of departure and arrival, the number of passengers and date, with a secure payment procedure and a detailed invoice e-mailed automatically. Reservations can also be made by calling 0811 70 78 12, with a team of advisors available to handle requests from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (€ 0.06 / min).

To maximize comfort, travelers are greeted by name at the baggage delivery area. SuperShuttle offers a WiFi connection on board its shuttles, child seats (to be ordered when reserving) and other services, depending on the vehicle, such as French and English resort guides / maps and bottles of water.

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About SuperShuttle

A Transdev subsidiary, SuperShuttle offers shared shuttle services to and from airports in more than 50 cities in the United States, Paris and London. SuperShuttle transports more than 10 million passengers annually worldwide aboard more than 1,400 mini-vans. Launched in Paris in 2009, SuperShuttle Paris serves the capital’s three airports (Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais), seven train stations and Disneyland Paris, transporting more than 300,000 passengers.

www.supershuttle.fr

About Mont Blanc Bus

A subsidiary of Transdev, Mont Blanc Bus is the public transportation source for harmonious development, serving people, hosts and lift services through operation of the Chamonix Bus network of Valley communities, covering the towns of Les Houches, Servoz, Chamonix Mont-Blanc and Vallorcine.

www.montblancbus.com/fr

About Transdev

A subsidiary of Caisse des Dépôts and Veolia Environnement, Transdev is one of the world’s leading public transportation companies. Transdev advises and assists local authorities, from pre-project to daily operations of public transit systems to project management. With 86,000 employees in 20 countries, the company operates 48,000 vehicles and 23 light rail networks. Transdev generated revenues of 6.6 billion euros in 2013.

www.transdev.com

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