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Vierzon in the Centre-Val de Loire region of France, an hour and twenty-five minutes from Paris by train and two hours by car. Its 28,000 inhabitants count on the "Le Vib’" transit system, a relatively dense one for a town this size. With six regular routes and an on-demand transit service, Créavib’, its timetables are aligned with the French rail –SNCF – and the department’s subsidised coaches.
Since 2011, Le Vib’ and Créavib’ have been operated by STU Vierzon, an RATP Dev subsidiary, under a public service contract. Since then STU Vierzon has helped extensively restructure the system to make it more appealing and consistent. Service is more frequent, particularly at rush hour - every 20 to 30 minutes compared to the previous 50 minutes. The buses have also been gradually replaced with new Euro 6 standard buses. With the contract renewed in 2015 for eight years, STU Vierzon will be able to go even further with its goal of creating a transit system adapted to the population. That means carefully listening to customer feedback and analyzing user needs in detail.
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Le Vib’ (STU Vierzon)
Administrative and sales manager