Florida

Keolis has a long, great history in Florida and is proud of the many successes that have occurred and continue to occur here on a daily basis.

The need for quality public transportation is on the rise in Florida and the Keolis team has played an integral role in designing and developing new systems in many communities across the state. For example, the Keolis team in Collier County worked with government officials in designing and developing the new Collier Area Transit Intermodal Transfer Station, assisting Collier County government officials with their system route design and serving as a strategic partner in a comprehensive operations analysis to improve system efficiencies.

The Keolis team also measures success through our ability to be more cost-effective than other transit operators, all while “Thinking Like A Passenger” and maintaining extremely high levels of customer service. For example, Keolis took over the shuttle contract for the Fort Lauderdale airport in May 2008. At the time of transition, the cost per passenger was $3.70. The Keolis team was able to reduce this cost to $1.17 per passenger in a short period of time and still continues to improve this number. On that same contract, passenger counts are up 16% in 2012, nearly 21% since contract inception. This combined with more efficient maintenance programs resulted in a client savings of more than $7.1M with Keolis at the helm.

While Keolis operates efficiently, we also operate safely. Recent airport and station improvements at operations in Florida gave Keolis the opportunity to showcase our superior safety training and safety implementation practices. All Keolis staff are live-trained in emergency situations to also be better prepared in the event of a true crisis situation.

Featured Operations in Florida

Ft. Lauderdale – Airport Shuttle Operations
SFTRA Commuter Services

Operation Specific COVID-19 Updates

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

FLL is open for business, and flights are operational. However, please check with your airline for any COVID19 destination-related cancellations, advisories, and flight status updates.

At 2AM, Thursday, March 19, the employee shuttle bus service will be temporarily suspended, and employee parking will be relocated on-site in the Cypress Garage. Employees will now park on Levels 7, 8 and 9. The operational change is due to the reduction in passenger activity and flight operation asa result of COVID-19.

As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020, valet parking services at FLL are temporarily suspended at the three drop-off points until further notice. Arriving passengers will be able to pick up their vehicles curbside upon their return. The suspension is due to reduced passenger demand related to COVID-19. Self-parking options are still available in the airport’s three garages.

For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/2xhmYNe 

Pompano

Broward County asks that members of the public limit their use of bus and paratransit services to essential travel only, and that riders comply with the CDC recommendations for social distancing. 

Beginning March 24, bus fare collections will be temporarily suspended on all bus service, including TOPS paratransit. Beginning Saturday, March 28, BCT will operate a Saturday schedule daily, Monday through Saturday; Limited Stop (or “Breeze”) service will be eliminated, and Express buses will operate on 30 minute schedules. Sunday schedules will continue as they currently are.  

For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/3afzPy9 

Contact

For more information about these and other Florida operations, please contact info@keolisna.com or 1-844-RIDE-KEOLIS.