Welcome to Transdev in the UK
Transdev is one of the largest public transport operators in Europe with a reputation for delivering high quality local public transport. Transdev is active in all aspects of public transport provision from the organisation and management of major projects to the development of passenger services and the operation of networks. Every year 3.5 billion passengers travel on Transdev's tram, metro, train, transport on demand, bus and coach networks.
Transdev group's UK division is a major passenger transport company employing over 1,200 staff. These operations include bus and private hire services; each of these can be located on this website.
Our UK operation includes:
Bus and Coach
We operate high quality bus services, from small town to city-wide networks.
Bus Rapid Transit
Our BusWay product delivers an innovative and high quality Bus Rapid Transit system.
Transdev is a leader in light rail, operating 22 networks globally.
We are the leading private operator of commuter rail services in the US and regional rail services in Germany.
Bike Hire / Car Sharing
We offer a wide range of bike services including self service, rental and secure bike parking.
Private Hire / Transport on Demand
European leader in Transport on Demand.
Transdev operates ferries, river and port shuttle networks.
15 February 2018
Luas comes out on tops of transport survey
Research conducted by the National Transport Authority of Ireland in Autumn 2017 shows 98% of Transdev's Luas customers in Dublin are satisfied with the tram service beating all other transport providers!
15 February 2018
Plans revealed to create Britains first 'low emissions bus town in North Yorkshire
Pioneering plans to create Britain’s first ever low emissions bus town in Harrogate have been unveiled today.
10 February 2018
New jobs created in North Yorkshire as Transdev takes over routes from collapsed firm
There’s great news for jobs and bus passengers in Malton, York and the wider county of North Yorkshire today, as Transdev has been awarded new contracts to replace services formerly run by a collapsed bus firm.