Veolia Transport

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Veolia Transport (formerly Connex) was the international transportation division of Veolia Environnement, a French utilities and service company. Veola Transport operated bus and train service in metropolitan areas spread over five continents:

  • Asia : Mumbai, Seoul, Nanjing, Huainan, Hong Kong,
  • Europe : Paris, Marseille, Lyons, Barcelona, Madrid, Bilbao, Belgrade, Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Copenhagen, The Hague/Haaglanden, Helsinki, Prague, Warsaw, Dublin, Tyne & Wear,
  • North America : Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Sacramento, San Diego and Toronto (York) Region,
  • South America : Bogota and Santiago,
  • Oceania : Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Auckland.

Veolia Transport merged with Transdev in March 2011 to form Veolia Transdev. However from 2012-2013, Veolia divested itself of its stake in Veolia Transdev and left the transportation sector. Veolia Transdev has been rebranded as Transdev. In some instances, the Veolia name has been retained.

North America

Canada

Prior to the 2011 merger with Transdev, Veolia operated the following systems:

United States

Veolia (as Connex) entered the United States with the acquisition of Yellow Transportation in Baltimore, Maryland. Followed by the acquisition of ATC in 2005. Prior to the 2011 merger with Transdev, Veolia operated the following systems:

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