Modes of transport

Our Group

At Transdev, we believe public transport plays an important part in how a city comes to life. Our day to day work influences our families, friends and future generations where they live, work and play.

With a global network of 83,000 colleagues in 19 countries, our customer and client focus, commitment to innovation and provision of safe travel lies at the heart of our success and continued growth.

In Australasia, which covers Australia and New Zealand, we have 5,704 people who are passionate about operating our 2,150 vehicles and vessels which deliver more than 145 million customer journeys each year.


Our Shareholders

Transdev is owned by Caisse des Dépôts and Veolia Environnement. As its majority shareholder and long-term financial partner, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations provides Transdev with solid, lasting support. The two groups share the same public interest values, and the same purpose: to support the economic development of all regions.


Global Expertise

With a network extending across five continents, Transdev is built on two foundations: local roots and global resources.

Through its business activities, Transdev is closely involved in its regions and maintains long-lasting relations with its customers, who include regional authorities. With a network extending across five continents, Transdev is built on the foundations of local roots and global resources. Our international presence provides us a clear perspective on international trends, as well as access to global resources and innovations along with our international experience we work closely with our people on the ground that have a strong understanding of local expectations and needs as well as the challenges and opportunities faced by the travelling public and local authorities.

We have the industry’s widest multimodal experience, covering 13 modes of transport including bus, heavy and light rail, ferry, coach, car-sharing, paratransit, shared-ride airport shuttle, bicycle and taxi. Transdev is organised into four geographic zones: