A Twofold Challenge: global and local
Climate change and its impact on air quality represent a major threat to the environment and public health. During the Paris COP21 in December 2015, nearly 200 countries signed a universal agreement to cut Greenhouse gases (GHG) and avoid the most dangerous effects of climate change. They committed themselves to keep the average global temperature rise below 2°C, which means a 70% GHG emissions reduction between 2010 and 2050*. In this climate-resilient global context, the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) supports climate change actions through its Declaration on Climate Leadership that demonstrates the sector support to double the market share of public transit by 2025.
Drawing from our long experience as a multimodal operator, we look forward to assisting you with the construction and optimization of your mobility systems and services. Our ambition is to develop with you, in a genuine spirit of partnership, customized, safe, effective and responsible transit solutions that are adapted to your needs and constraints and closely in tune with customer expectations. The mobility of the future will be personalized, autonomous, connected and electric. This is our firm belief. Innovation is at the heart of our approach, in order to constantly improve the performance of public transportation services and make the promise of “new mobilities” a reality, for everyone. As well as uncompromising safety, which is our credo, our overriding concern is the satisfaction of our customers and the quality of their experience. Every team member in the group engages on a daily basis to meet these challenges and implement solutions both for today and for the future.
Thierry Mallet, Chief Executive Officer