Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern in the UK -
With its partner, Britain’s Go Ahead group, our subsidiary Keolis operates Thameslink Southern and Great Northern (TSGN). As the UK’s largest rail franchise, TSGN carries over 273 million passengers a year.
Logistics platform south of Moscow -
Geodis, a subsidiary of SNCF Logistics, has been doing business in Russia since 1999 and recently combined all of its expertise in a new 30,000-sq m logistics platform in Podolsk.
Logistics platform in Hungary -
Our Geodis subsidiary handles product logistics for Auchan, distributing 20 million parcels annually to the chain’s 19 hypermarkets in Hungary. Geodis makes deliveries six days a week from two logistics hubs in Ullo, south of Budapest. Staffed by 160 workers, these platforms operate 24 hours a day and have a combined surface area of 70,000 sq m.
Docklands Light Railway -
Working with its partner Amey, our Keolis subsidiary will operate London’s Docklands Light Railway until 2021. The contract is the first awarded to Keolis by Transport for London (TfL).
Light rail in Bordeaux -
Keolis has operated light rail and bus service in Greater Bordeaux since 2009 and is now managing the network under a new eight-year contract. The project calls for Bordeaux’s light rail system to expand by 7%, making it the largest of its kind in France.
Buses in Stockholm -
Keolis is expanding Stockholm’s bus network to accommodate rising passenger traffic, estimated at 100 million-120 million passengers a year. The eight-year contract reaffirms the group's position as top bus operator in the Swedish capital.
Fiats to Fossacesia, Italy -
Since March 2014, Fret SNCF has been moving Fiat vans from the automaker’s Fossacesia plant in Italy to the Saint-Priest platform near Lyon. By the end of 2015, Fiat vehicles had travelled on over 400 chartered trains.
Beer in Obernai, Alsace -
Through 31 September 2017, Fret SNCF and VFLI will handle logistics and freight transport for Kronenbourg, carrying bottled beer from its Alsace brewery to destinations in the Paris region, the Lyon region and northwestern France.
Freight transport in China -
Present in the Asia-Pacific market for over 30 years, Geodis counts on its 2,100 employees in the region to move cargo by rail—a safe, efficient, eco-friendly alternative to road transport.
High-speed line in Mumbai, India -
SNCF engineers are currently working on 450-km high-speed line linking Mumbai to Ahmedabad.
Metro service for Hyderabad, India -
Starting in 2016, our subsidiary Keolis will operate and maintain Hyderabad’s elevated metro, a fully automated system that will run on a viaduct and carry 1.5 million passengers a day.
Express trains in Wuhan -
Municipalities in China’s Hubei province have signed a letter of intent with Keolis, calling on the SNCF subsidiary to help operate the express rail system that will serve the Wuhan suburbs. The project will link Wuhan with its eight satellite cities, creating a metropolis of 30 million people.
Commuter trains for Boston -
Keolis operates the rail network around Boston, Massachusetts under an eight-year contract. Every day, our subsidiary carries 140,000 passengers over more than 1,000 km of track, serving 134 stations on 13 lines.
Buses in Las Vegas -
Keolis Transit America (KTA), the Keolis subsidiary for urban transport in the US, operates the lion's share of the bus network serving greater Las Vegas, carrying some 40 million passengers annually on 55% of the system’s vehicles.
Light rail for Waterloo, Canada -
With its partners in the GrandLinq consortium, Keolis has won a 33-year contract to operate and maintain the light rail system planned for Canada’s Waterloo region. Though Keolis has provided bus and coach services in Quebec for 11 years, the Waterloo deal is its first project for the North American light rail market.
High-speed line in Morocco -
SNCF is assisting with contract coordination for Morocco’s high-speed rail project, slated for completion in 2035. The first phase of the project, which will make 20 daily return journeys on the Tanger-Rabat-Casablanca route, will begin operating in 2018.
Metro service for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia -
Egis and our Systra subsidiary will provide project management and supervise construction on six lines of the new Riyadh metro. Slated for completion in five years, the automated network will cover 177 km of line and 92 stations.
Train service in Israel -
SNCF and Israel Railways (ISR) have signed a partnership agreement to expand and modernize the Israeli rail network, capping more than ten years of cooperation.
Casa-Port station -
After five years of engineering works, SNCF’s AREP subsidiary inaugurated the new Casa-Port station in Casablanca, Morocco on 14 September 2014. The station features a 2,500-sq m main hall and will ultimately handle 25 million travellers a year.