Across Canada, more than 2,500 talents are united in serving the common good by always offering you a unique mobility and public transportation experience.
A mission that our many talents are committed to serving the common good
As committed to the needs of the communities we serve as we are to the well-being and working conditions of our employees, Transdev Canada has been certified as a Great Place to Work® in Canada following an independent and anonymous survey by the Great Place to Work Institute® Canada.
The results of this unique certification, as well as the relationships we have with our partners, our clients and the passengers we transport, demonstrate the importance of the human factor for our teams, who work hard every day to offer the best service in all circumstances.
Whether we are drivers, mechanics, workshop managers, technical managers, supervisors or administrative staff, we all get up every morning driven by one same mission: ensuring safety for all while taking up new challenges for the future, particularly around the issues of the energy and ecological transition.
Thanks to all these combined strengths, we can meet today’s challenges to build tomorrow’s Mobility
At Transdev, this proximity, this mutual trust that drives us and the diversity of our talents allow us to go beyond our role as a public transport operator. Collectively, we become much more, a global integrator of mobility solutions capable of meeting the needs of today and tomorrow.
We are a pioneer in the fight against global warming and the development of a sustainable, innovative and inclusive mobility.
As the largest private operator of electric school buses in North America and a European leader in the energy transition, our Canadian teams are proud and committed to our social and environmental responsibility. That’s why, in Ontario, we are fully committed to the Hurontario LRT project and our subsidiary Voyago is progressively introducing new zero-emission buses throughout the Ottawa, London, Kitchener-Waterloo and York regions. In addition, in Quebec, after building a fleet of 31 electric school buses, we are aiming to electrify 100% of the fleet by 2025.