Enhancing transport environments
Passengers have increasingly high expectations of environments in the transport system. The RATP group has extensive experience in space management. This know-how allows it to implement services that constantly strive to keep pace with passenger needs. It is developing fluid and welcoming transfer hubs with an ever-present concern for architectural quality and urban integration.
Space engineering and enhancement services aim to meet a number of objectives:
- Expanding transport capacity against a backdrop of strong demand for public transport
- Enhancing real estate value
- Devising innovative financing
- Fostering the integration of different modes of transport
- Introducing regular architectural design competitions to guarantee that our facilities integrate into the urban environment
- Fostering sustainable projects of a high environmental quality
- Striving to integrate public facilities and employee housing into our projects
- Managing spaces at lower cost
- SEDP, a property subsidiary which carries out urban development studies and space management
- Logis-Transports, a social housing subsidiary with 7,000 accomodations under management
- Promométro, a commercial property subsidiary
- Telcité, a telecoms subsidiary
SEDP: managing and expanding a real property portfolio
Real property has become a key issue for both businesses and local authorities. Optimising the management of property assets over the long term has become an essential requirement. SEDP has been the property subsidiary of RATP since 1990, providing facilities management, auditing and general contracting support services. It is currently managing and expanding the property portfolios of both RATP and private customers.
SEDP operates in several complementary activities: assessment, property works, development, management and spatial planning.
SEDP employs a comprehensive range of property professionals, including technicians, engineers, architects, urban planners and experts (facilities management, electrics, climate control, fire safety, etc.). This diverse range of skills means that for each project it can assemble a team of professionals coordinated by a project manager, guaranteeing continuity and quality in the monitoring of operations.
- It manages 600,000 m² of tertiary buildings, including headquarters, offices, data centres, company restaurants, cultural centres, medical centres, sports centres and holiday centres.
- It carries out portfolio diagnostics for over 1.5 million m² of local industrial and tertiary activity for private and public sector contractors.
- It coordinates construction, restoration and restructuring projects for numerous buildings (housing, sports centres, offices, schools, industrial buildings, etc.).
Promométro – creating living spaces
Transport facilities - RER stations, metro stations, etc. - are becoming extensions of the city life, featuring local stores and various services that aim to make passengers' lives easier. Promométro, a wholly-owned subsidiary of RATP, is now a major player in the marketing and management of urban spaces in metro stations, local shopping centres and RER stations. It offers its know-how as a developer and manager to public decision-makers, promoters and store owners.
Promométro manages retail businesses in the RATP network by adhering to the RATP’s policies for public areas and passenger services. Promométro also manages the Toulouse and Lyon networks.
The shops and services at a glance
• Each day, 3 million passengers pass
by one of them
Telcité, the fibre optic network
Telcité, our communications subsidiary, has added CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission) and finance company LOV to its portfolio of 60 customers interested in the large fibre optic network buried in RATP’s metro and RER infrastructure.