Paris region

Réseau Express Régional (RER) Line B is a major transit hub in Ile-de-France. The northern section of the line is operated by SNCF, and the southern section—from Gare du Nord station to both Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse and Robinson—is operated by RATP.


Laon is a town with fewer than 50,000 inhabitants. It requires an agile transit network that can adapt to meet the needs of residents at different times of day and year.

In order to put in place smart transportation solutions, the Laon region has chosen RATP Dev to operate the local network, TUL.


RATP Dev has been operating Kicéo since January 1, 2017. The bus system covers 23 towns within the Golfe du Morbihan - Vannes Agglomeration in Brittany, in the west of France. It also provides school transportation. The efficient coverage of the territory allows more than 170 000 inhabitants to have access to a rapid transit solution.

The work to ensure that regular lines and transport-on-demand lines complement each other ensures dense regional coverage. Finally, paratransit now includes evening service to cultural and sporting venues.


Digital technology and new communication media have made innovative, customized local services possible. With "Plus de Pep’s", RATP Dev is offering residents in Marne-la-Vallée, east of Paris, a new local mobility solution—on-demand bus transportation.

Plus de Pep’s complements the existing system to serve remote rural areas and ensure service continuity during off-peak times. It facilitates connections with other transport modes, such as trains, and with business areas such as markets and hospitals.


HelvéCie originated from the merger of long-established local coach operators, and has since become one of the leading coach companies in French-speaking Switzerland. 

HelvéCie provides transportation for several schools the cantons of Vaud and Fribourg. It also offers themed tours and tourist services in Switzerland and Europe; services for businesses, sports clubs, associations, and local government; in addition to airport and hotel shuttles, and customized excursions in Switzerland and across Europe.


Breathtaking views across Geneva and the Lake await visitors at the top of Salève, a mountain in the Alps affectionately known as the “Balcony of Geneva”. The ascent takes four minutes by cable car.

Since 2013, the service has been maintained and operated by the Salève Cable Car Company, a group of businesses led by RATP Dev (51%) alongside the Geneva Public Transit Authorities (47%) and COMAG (2%).


Elevators and escalators installed in public areas are subject to intense and constant use, and require rapid, high-quality maintenance to limit interruptions to service. RATP MAINTENANCE SERVICES has the skills and expertise required to meet these needs. RATP MAINTENANCE SERVICE stands out from the competition with its staff available around the clock and its knowledge of all elevator and escalator brands. This expertise ensures rapid, effective interventions that keep interruptions to service to an absolute minimum.


STIHS provides school services to the towns of Collonges-sous-Salève and La Roche-sur-Foron through its Touriscar network, under contract from the Haute-Savoie region and the local transit authorities.

It operates the intercity service in the region of France neighboring Geneva, and one regional route for students. It also offers services to ski stations and demand-responsive transport. Altogether, four regular lines and 19 school routes are serviced by 28 vehicles that travel 1,246,110 km every year, carrying 514,541 passengers.


RATP Dev London covers London United Busways and London Sovereign. These three companies operate 12% of the London bus market, and transport 250 million passengers every year.


More than 3,500 employees work with RATP Dev London, delivering the highest possible quality service to the passengers of its 99 routes, which exemplify the values of reliability, safety and regularity.


London’s red buses turn green


Conveniently situated within a two-hour drive of Paris, Lille, Brussels and Luxembourg, the Ardenne Métropole federation of communities covers 61 municipalities with a total of almost 130,000 inhabitants.


The region is focusing on developing its economy and infrastructure, which includes the public transit network, TAC.


The area comprises two sectors around its two main hubs, Sedan and Charleville-Mézières, situated around 20 kilometers apart, and has eight city routes and 14 local routes.