Transdev Ireland Wins Global Light Rail Operator for the Second Year4 October 2018
Transdev Ireland - Operator of Luas, Dublin’s Light Rail System - has won the title Operator Of The Year for the second year in a row at the Global Light Rail Awards.
The awards ceremony, which was held in London on Wednesday the 3rd of October, is an annual event attended by representatives from across the global light rail industry. The awards celebrate innovation and excellence, covering topics such as customer experience, sustainability, safety and technical initiatives, engineering and operational excellence, and system design.
The winner of the prestigious Operator of the Year Award is the operator that demonstrates exceptional innovation, performance and customer service over the previous year.
Transdev was commended by the judges for our ability to manage service at times of severe weather and our commitment to safety and corporate social responsibility.
Winning the award two years in a row acknowledges Transdev’s ongoing commitment to providing an industry-leading customer experience.
Fergus Robertson Howard, CEO, Transdev Ireland and UK said:
“We are delighted to have won Global Light Rail Operator of the Year for the second year running. This award reflects the commitment and passion of the Transdev Luas team in delivering customer focused services that really matter to our customers and the city of Dublin.
Transdev is a mobility company – Our vision is to be Dublin’s preferred transport provider. This award demonstrates we are living our vision. We are customer-focussed with the structure, resources and leadership required for delivering to Luas passengers the best transport experience in Dublin”.
Seamus Egan, the new Managing Director of Transdev Luas said:
“I am incredibly proud of the Transdev team and all our partners who work tirelessly to deliver reliable and quality services to our customers, often in challenging circumstances. This award recognises the effort and commitment of everyone at Luas.”
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