Cityway is a service company founded in 2001, specializing in information technologies as they apply to the mobility sector: websites, route calculation, vehicle tracking, ticketing systems, customer relations centres, exchange management, etc.
Cityway services transportation networks, local authorities and major public players. The company is renowned for its contribution to the standardization and sharing of transport data in Europe.
Cityway is based in Aix en Provence, but covers the entire French territory, with teams in Beauvais, Bordeaux, Dijon, Grenoble, Lyon, Nice, Paris, and Strasbourg. The company also has a subsidiary in Toronto (Canada).
Cityway’s mission is to integrate all types of mobility data and turn it into information that provides added value for passengers and transport businesses.
The Limocar intercity long distance service between Montréal and Sherbrooke is Transdev at its best. These new buses combine comfort, speed, efficiency, and economy. Their dedicated lanes allow them to avoid traffic, optimize travel and reduce greenhouse gases. This level of comfort, along with the services available (Wi-Fi, ergonomic and functional space for the passengers, etc.) and the many daily departures, make Limocar an excellent alternative to cars.
SuperShuttle is an upon-request business dedicated to serving airports. Shuttle drivers are independent managers but are registered with a franchise agreement with SuperShuttle.
SuperShuttle receives and mutualizes travel requests, implementing schedules and connecting pick-up points for each passenger. The result is an unbeatable price/performance ratio for the customer: fewer staff and more flexibility regarding schedules and routes than public transit.
Created in 1994, Transamo supports clients:
Transamo is a limited company, whose shareholders are two public transport operators: Transdev and the Société de Transports intercommunaux of Brussels (STIB).
This affiliation provides the company with an in-depth knowledge of operating systems. From its very early beginnings, Transamo has delivered experience and a global vision regarding feasibility, urban integration, safety, operability, and cost of ownership (investment + operation) of these types of projects. This expertise is implemented in the evaluation of alternatives, production of socio-economic analysis, procurement of materials and equipment, and more.
Mobility as a Service (MAAS) is more than a simple technology; it is a re-imagining of the mobility landscape.
With MaaS and the use of digital technology, the passenger experience is transformed not only by new forms of mobility that are more reactive and more personalized (transport on demand, car sharing, car pooling), but by real-time information and a sophisticated route calculator as well. This calculator allows passengers to determine the best solution from among many available possibilities. Passengers may also leverage a multimodal ticketing system that provides access to all these mobility solutions.
For Transdev, using digital technology allows for:
When all these elements are combined, the result is mobility as a real service. Everything becomes virtually transparent to the passenger. Transdev is starting to implement this with Moovizy in Saint-Étienne, France, with a smart phone application that accesses information, calculates routes, purchases tickets, and guides the passenger along the way, etc.