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Alain Fontanel and Jean-Philippe Lally

 

CTS BOARD OF DIRECTORS (2015)

CHAIRMAN
Alain FONTANEL
Vice-Chairman of EMS
1st Deputy-Mayor of Strasbourg


CHIEF EXECUTIVE
Jean-Philippe LALLY


VICE-PRÉSIDENTS
Sébastien ZAEGEL
Mayor of Geispolsheim
Bas-Rhin Département Councillor
Anne-Pernelle RICHARDOT
Deputy Mayor of Strasbourg
Greater City Councillor


DIRECTORS REPRESENTING EUROMETROPOLE DE STRASBOURG (EMS)
Roland RIES
Mayor of Strasbourg,
Vice-Chairman of EMS
Robert HERRMANN
Chairman of EMS,
Deputy-Mayor of Strasbourg
Pierre PERRIN
Mayor of Souffelweyersheim
Greater City Councillor
Alain JUND
Vice-Chairman of EMS,
Deputy Mayor of Strasbourg
Fabienne KELLER
Senator, Greater City Councillor

DIRECTORS REPRESENTING BAS-RHIN DEPARTEMENT COUNCIL
Étienne BURGER
Mayor of Kuttolsheim
Vice-Chairman of Bas-Rhin Département Council
Yves LE TALLEC
Bas-Rhin Département Councillor

DIRECTORS REPRESENTING PRIVATE SECTOR SHAREHOLDERS
Francis CHAPUT
Director of Urban Transport, France Division, TRANSDEV
Patrick FRANÇOIS
Inter-regional director at Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations


CENSORS
Harald KRAPP
Beigeordneter der Stadt Kehl
Frédéric BAVEREZ
CEO France, Keolis
Jean-Marie BEUTEL
Mayor of Ostwald, Vice-Chairman of EMS


WORKS COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
André ETTER
Laurent MAI
Alexandra PFEIFFER
Éric VAUTHEROT


qui décide

 

 The Eurométropole is responsible for establishing transport policy. As Public Transport Authority, it decides on the transport service offer (routes, frequencies) and fares, which are approved by vote every year at a Eurométropole council meeting. 

As operator, CTS is in charge of the day-to-day management of the public transport service within the terms of the concession contract. It can also make proactive recommendations to the Eurométropole and offers its transport expertise.

 

 

infrastructures

 

The Eurométropole carries out the preliminary design studies for line extensions and provides CTS with the necessary rights of way. It is the specific prime contractor for road works and landscaping works.

It also approves the investment renewal programme (infrastructure and rolling stock).


CTS is delegated contracting authority on behalf of the Eurométropole. It carries out all post-preliminary design studies, the construction of structures and the delivery of works, the maintenance and replacement of infrastructure, equipment and vehicles (buses and trams).

 

 

qui finance

 

The Eurométropole covers the annual investment costs committed to by CTS for the replacement of goods allocated to the concession (equipment and rolling stock) and for the financing of tram line extensions.


CTS finances the investments for which it is responsible and to do this has three sources of revenue:
• its own resources
• subsidies paid by the Eurométropole
• loans made to it by banking institutions.


CTS and the SNCF-Keolis grouping signed a partnership agreement for a five year duration coming into effect on 1 January 2013.

Under the terms of this contract, Keolis provides support to CTS in the following areas:
• experience sharing and feedback
• technical databases
• technical and service innovation
• communication and promotion
• supplier contracts.


Strasbourg Mobilités: developing soft mobility


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A 70%-owned subsidiary of CTS, Strasbourg Mobilités develops a range of soft modes of transport as a complement to urban public transport. A place for strategic thought and innovation, its capital is held by the main local stakeholders involved in urban mobility issues.
The company operates the self-hire bike service Vélhop comprising twenty automatic stations, five dedicated shops and a fleet of more than 5,500 bikes.
In spring 2014, together with CTS and CITIZ, Strasbourg Mobilités launched the Pass Mobilité. This travelcard offers users unlimited access to buses, trams, Vélhops, park-and-rides, bike parks and the carsharing service Citiz.

 

 

CTBR, inter-urban operator


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62%-owned by CTS, the Compagnie des Transports du Bas-Rhin operates 24 regional coach lines in the Strasbourg area. Some of these lines are operated by its other operator-shareholders: Striebig, Mugler and Transdev Alsace. Contractually linked to the Bas-Rhin Département Council via a concession contract running until 31 August 2018, CTBR also deploys and operates an automatic fare collection system on behalf of the département council.