RATP Dev rolled out trams in Algeria's largest cities through SETRAM, its joint venture along with Entreprise du Métro d’Alger (EMA) and TRANSTEV. The tram ushered in a new era of modern transit, better quality of life, and economic growth.

The modern trams have air conditioning and low floors to allow access for passengers with disabilities. Passengers enjoy a high-frequency service and information system in both Arabic and French. The tram makes it easier to get around, and has helped improve the daily routine and quality of life for locals.


Johannesburg highway, a major economic thoroughfare, was burdened by increasingly heavy traffic. It often took over two hours to drive the 80 kilometers between the two cities. Leading up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, it became even more obvious that new mobility was needed.

In 2006, the province of Gauteng decided to build a railroad system, the Gautrain. The ambitious goal was to be able to travel from one city to the other in 40 minutes, and between the Johannesburg business district and the international airport in only 15 minutes.


Shorter travel times, greater comfort and peace of mind. 

The life of locals and tourists in Florence changed for the better on February 14, 2010, when operation of the tram started. The quick, quiet, clean transit blended seamlessly into the city of art with its designer look.

Rhône Alpes region

The population of this Alpine region is steadily growing. Cars are the vehicle of choice on the mountainous roads. The Savoie local authorities have therefore made green, accessible mobility a core policy priority.

It aims to offer an alternative to private cars year-round, and even more so during the skiing season. Alpbus, as a member of the Belle Savoie Express bus network, upholds that same goal.


Vienne Mobilités is the RATP Dev subsidiary that operates the transit system knownas L'va. It deploys many mobility solutions to keep public transit pleasant for the residents of Vienne Condrieu Agglomération.

Refillable passes, real-time information at bus stops, and modern equipment all make travel a breeze. Rural areas are serviced and traffic is eased in downtown areas with sustainable electric, hybrid, or natural gas buses. Vienne Mobilités continues to surprise local travelers with its carefully considered solutions.


The Orlyval service has undertaken extensive work on its rolling stock, infrastructure and stations to ensure the line’s continued operation while improving passenger comfort. 

A new and more spacious layout in shuttles, LED lighting, new visual identity and real-time passenger information at stations, on the website and aboard trains. 

The line is fully accessible to reduced-mobility passengers. 

Mission accomplished: in 2019-20, customer satisfaction achieved a rate of 98.5% and uptimes rose to 99.74%! 


The Manila metro is the first LRT metro in the Philippines. Some 20 kilometers of lines cross the city from north to south.

To encourage a larger number of locals to take the metro, the Light Rail Manila Consortium entrusted with operating the line called on RATP Dev.

To successfully finish the line extension, the Consortium drew on RATP Dev expertise in consultancy, and in the operation and maintenance of equipment and infrastructure, and in technical assistance. RATP Dev also trains on-board metro staff.

Metropolis of Valenciennes

Transvilles has set up a strategy to win back local customers. Their new approach to customer relationship management includes tools such as the new website, personalized communication on social networks, and new services at sales offices. Transvilles has also supported SIMOUV in its targeted pricing policy for the poorest (social fares) and young people (pass & go for the under-25s).

The RATP Dev venture has also boosted safety on its trams and buses through considerable restructuring.


In order to ensure the best possible travel conditions for all twelve municipalities in the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines conurbation outside of Paris and to promote local economic growth, SQYBUS – an RATP Dev subsidiary founded in 1975 – offers modern and comfortable transportation. Today, it operates the second-largest transportation system in the greater Paris region after the RATP.



RATP Dev Suisse Transport Public has been active in the canton of Geneva for over 40 years. The company’s core business is operating regular routes through subcontractors for Geneva Public Transport (TPG).

An urban transportation subsidiary of RATP Dev Suisse, RATP Dev Suisse Transport Public has made it easier for students, tourists, local residents and professionals to travel, both locally and across the border.