Private Hire / Transport on Demand
Transdev is acknowledged as the European leader in transport on demand (TOD). We have developed services adapted to areas where population density is not enough to justify permanent and regular public transport provision, as well as services offered in partnership with health, education or community transport.
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In the UK Green Tomato Cars is London's leading environmentally friendly passenger car service. Established in 2006 with only 4 cars, it now has over 600 operating 24/7 across London and the Home Counties. By using their fleet of hybrid, hydrogen powered and electric vehicles, and double-offsetting unavoidable emissions, Green Tomato Cars does the least damage to the environment while getting passengers from A to B. These environmental benefits come at no extra cost and with outstanding customer service.
From left to right: Paul Van der Burgh, Chris Grayling MP and Jonny Goldstone with the only emission that comes out of a Green Tomato Cars Toyota Mirai – clean water.
SuperShuttle - A pioneer in shared airport transfers, SuperShuttle is the leader in airport transportation with over 30 years over experience and 150 million passengers served. SuperShuttle is the USA’s leading shared-ride airport shuttle service, providing transportation to and from over 80 airports worldwide. In 2007, the company became a subsidiary of Transdev.
SuperShuttle offers passengers an alternative solution for getting to the airport:
• Door-to-door shared shuttle service
• A fixed price that is given in advance (no unpleasant surprises on arrival)
• Price per person
• High standards of quality and safety
Accessible transportation allows people with disabilities or reduced mobility to be more independent and maintain their social activities. In addition to accessibility solutions for public transport, Transdev offers a service for people at home, providing the reassurance of comfort and safety, adapted to the individual’s specific disability needs.
Transdev also operates in the medical transportation sector in Canada and the Netherlands, where its subsidiary Connexxion is responsible for 17% of ambulance services.
In France, working with a renowned partner in sanitary transport services, Transdev has also established Santé Mobilité Services, which aims to optimise patient mobility and assist companies in the sector in their transformation.