DRT successes

First & last mile

Yvelines – TAD IDFM GM

Since January 2018, a feeder service on train stations at peak hour is in place in partnership with Transdev in les Yvelines (Ile-deFrance, Paris Region). During off-peak hours, the service operates in a classic way in designated areas. TAD IDFM reaches 7000 trips per month and 97% of the DRT reservations are made through the dedicated mobile app (iOS or Android).

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flexigo TAD IDFM gally

First & last mile

Orleans – Résa TAO

Since April 2018, Padam Mobility provides a feeder service to transport nodes and points of interest  in partnership with Keolis in Orléans. With +8500 trips per month and a under-30-minutes booking proposal rate of 75%, the service is such a success that it has been extended end of 2019 to other areas and other types of populations including those with reduced mobility.

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Off-peak hours

Padua – NightBus

Set up in collaboration with BusItalia Veneto, the NightBus service allows Padua people, especially students, to travel freely and safely from 9pm to 3am. More than 18,000 trips were made since the service launch in January 2019, and each week more than 100 new users experience the service.

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night bus app

Low-density areas

Le Cotentin – La Saire TAD

Launched in July 2019 in partnership with Zephirbus (Keolis group), La Saire TAD DRT service aims to facilitate the access to the heart of the city of Cherbourg from the peripheral municipalities, especially those located on the eastern part of the territory. Its +900 trips per month score an average of 4.9 / 5.

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cotentin app

OPERATING, BOOKING AND TRAVEL INFORMATION SUPPORT

Shared Mobility management center IDFM

Launched in 2019 in partnership with SETEC ITS for Ile-de-France Mobilités (Paris Region Public Transport Authority), the DRT reservation and management center aggregate a dozen of territories in the outer suburb before a gradual extension within four years throughout the whole Paris region. From 2020, the center will be able to manage +60,000 DRT trips per month spread over +33 DRT networks operated by more than 6 different transit operators.

Among the territories that are already integrated into the TAD IDFM solution: Yvelines: Gally-Mauldre; Essonne: Centre Essonne; Val d’Oise: Vexin; Seine et Marne: Meaux, Bois-le-Roi, Melun nord, La Ferté /s Jouarre, Nangis et Perthes-en- Gâtinais.

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TAD IDFM app

Low-density areas

Lille Metropolis – Ilévia reservation

Since January 2019 and in partnership with Keolis Lille, Padam Mobility enables  first and last miles and periurban areas DRT service in the Lille area. The 17 virtual lines of the service record +3000 trips per month on average. The setting up of the service coincided with the change of identity of Transpole, which became Ilévia.

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ilévia lille app

Low-density areas

Sophia Antipolis – icilà by Envibus

Launched in July 2019 with Envibus, icilà is a DRT service which meets a great success. With +6600 trips per month for around 37000 passengers.km, the service answers mobility needs in low-density areas of the Sophia Antipolis urban community and at the same time contributes to its digital transformation.

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Read the interview of Thierry Occelli, Vice President of the Sophia Antipolis urban community

Business areas

Chelles – La Navette

Since January 2019 and in partnership with Transdev, Padam Mobility has been providing DRT services to business areas and answering first and last mile challenges in Chelles (Seine et Marne, Paris Region). With a growth of + 100% since its launch, the service captures around 50 new users per week on average for a punctuality rate of around 99%.

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First & last mile

Clamart – Clam’Express

Launched in September 2019 with Transdev for Vallée Sud Grand Paris and the city of Clamart, the Clam’Express DRT service meets the challenges of first and last mile with a complementary service offer to the existing bus network. Its 100% electric minibuses fleet meets all the comfort and energy performance needs. In addition, people with reduced mobility standards are respected.

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Low density areas

Strasbourg Eurometropolis – Flex’Hop

Launched in November 2019 with Antoni for the CTS, Flex’Hop Z1 covers 13 rural and peri-urban municipalities in the West and South West perimeters of the Strasbourg Eurometropolis. 100% electric and accessible to people with reduced mobility, the service runs daily from 6:00 am to midnight, based on a mandatory reservation made from 15 days to 30 minutes before departure. With 80 stops, it offers more than 4000 itinerary possibilities to meet all travel needs.

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Business areas

Lyon Metropolis – TCL à la demande

Launched in November 2019 with Keolis Lyon and Berthelet for SYTRAL, it is in the Mi-Plaine area, which includes 1375 companies and 20,000 employees among the municipalities of Chassieu, Genas and Saint-Priest that TCL on-demand was launched. The service is integrated into the existing network, with identical pricing. Six nine-seater vehicles, powered by natural gas (NGV) from 2020 now crisscross the Mi-Plaine area to complement the transportation offer.

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Low density areas

Marne-la-Vallée – Plus de Pep’s

Launched in August 2019 with Transdev, Plus de Pep’s DRT service reinforces the existing transportation service offer on the Marne-la-Vallée territory and its surrounding municipalities in off-peak hours or within the areas that are not served by regular bus lines.

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