Editor: Elisabeth Borne
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Correspondant Informatique et Libertés de la RATP
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With RATP Scope, RATP has two aims: 1) to reveal the daily complexity involved with running the metro, RER, bus and tramway networks, and 2) to inform its customers about major incidents (interruptions of service lasting 2 hours or more), the causes of these incidents, and the means that are employed to resolve them.
This initiative is part of an educational effort aimed at the more than 10 million passengers who use the RATP networks every day. To this end, RATP Scope strives to be a meeting place and a source of dialogue between the company and its customers, using rich and varied information and multimedia content.
RATP Scope comprises two spaces:
- Three sections with complementary vocations
This space is open for commentary.
- Visibility of Twitter accounts during major operating incidents
RATP Scope also provides real-time information about major operating incidents (interruption of service lasting 2 hours or more). The Twitter account of the network line affected by the incident will be directly viewable via a dedicated page on RATP Scope. This space is not open for commentary.
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Section "Summer construction work on the RER A"
To inform passengers about track replacement work on the RER A, RATP is proposing a section about the project on the Ratp.fr website.
Serving as a hub for all of the information throughout the duration of the renovation operation from 2015 to 2021, this section will acquaint passengers with the construction work being done, and will provide both the latest news on the project as well as alternative travel routes.
Website content management and design:
Ecedi, creative consultant for new technologies
RATP Photo library
Digital accessibility consists of making information accessible for everyone. The section dedicated to RER A track renovation work aims to achieve an AA rating for WCAG 2.0 standards.
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