- Support the sustainable mobility dynamic targeted by Brest Metropole.
- Maintain service quality and enhance connected and inclusive services.
- Increase patronage by 20% and reduce public spending by 10%
- Introduce a 360-degree innovation approach (passengers, metropole conurbation, employees, partners) to modernize the service relationship and labour relations.
One tram line, 17 bus lines, 1 urban cable car line, 6 shipyard shuttle lines...
Over a period of eight and a half years RATP Dev will support Brest Metropole in sustainably developing its Bibus network, including creating a new network in the autumn of 2020, which will foreshadow the advent of the second tramway line and the BHLS by 2025, along with the energy transition with the renewal of the bus fleet and electrification starting in 2021.
RATP Dev also wants to improve the region’s network by offering increasingly inclusive and interconnected mobility solutions such as long-term rental of 1,200 electric bicycles by 2022, reinforcing transport on demand and services for reduced mobility passengers.
As part of its innovation approach, RATP Dev will provide the inhabitants of Brest Metropole with new products to facilitate their daily journey, for example by progressively deploying a MaaS (mobility as a service) mobile app that ensures real-time, multi-modal passenger information and the possibility of purchasing tickets directly on a smartphone. Another example is open payment starting in January 2021, which will make it possible to purchase and validate tickets directly in vehicles with a bank card.
RD Brest, operator of the Bibus network
Paul Gardey de Soos