When designing a product or building, RATP takes into account the impact it will have on the environment throughout its life cycle. Its engineering team systematically applies this eco-design approach to all infrastructure and transport facility projects (tram or metro/RER lines). It establishes eco-specifications for all rolling stock purchases (buses, trams, metro and RER trains).
RATP designs, produces and purchases according to specifications transport infrastructures and equipment with a long life span:
RATP has built up its expertise in environmental issues by providing information and training to all its engineering staff. Eco-design and eco-specification make it possible to consider environmental criteria alongside traditional considerations such as cost, quality, technical feasibility and market requirements. Projects designed in this way are viable, fair and sustainable, and produce an end product of a quality equal to or better than those produced by traditional methods.
Through eco-design and eco-specification, RATP aims to:
Today, RATP’s skills lie in a wide variety of fields. Examples:
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