Objective 2024. This Thursday, the CEO of RATP, Catherine Guillouard, spent part of the afternoon at the aerodrome of Pontoise, in Val-d'Oise.
With the manager of Paris airports, ADP, and the Île-de-France region, his group works to circulate flying taxis during the Olympic Games in Paris.
But, at this deadline, the manager has in her agenda another much more crucial appointment for her company: December 31, 2024 will mark the end of the RATP monopoly on buses in the capital and in the inner suburbs.
RATP is preparing for the future with an autonomous shuttle on weekends
With the opening up to competition, 350 lines will be operated from January 1, 2025 by operators chosen through calls for tenders.
Keolis, Transdev and others dream of biting their teeth into this cake until now the preserve of the public group.
“Faced with this shock, we could say 'come what may'
and stay in the pace of before
, says Catherine Guillouard.
But then there would be a major loss of jobs and turnover.
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