The RATP Group, building on its integrated approach to transport and its deep roots in its locality, has committed to following a CSR policy that includes:
- A economic performance that serves ecological and energy transition;
- Social responsibility, to satisfy the essential needs of the areas in which we operate (housing, health, education, access to employment and culture) and contribute to making these more attractive;
- A social performance that promotes social cohesion and fairness.
The RATP Group's CSR policy, which involves all of the Group's employees, is built around 3 priorities:
- Being a major force in sustainable mobility within sustainable cities;
- Reducing its environmental footprint;
- Confirming its social and societal responsibility.
RATP and the banks appointed will organise a roadshow for European investors over the next few weeks. This first RATP Green Bond will cover two major projects in terms of ecological and energy impact:
- Renewal of rolling stock on RER A, the European urban rail line with the highest passenger numbers;
- The automation of Metro Line 4, the second busiest line on the Paris Metro, after Line 1, which has already been fully automated.