With 14 million passengers using its services every day worldwide, RATP group is the fifth largest urban transport operator in the world. Its 14 metro lines (including 2 automatic ones), two RER regional express network lines (A and B), seven tramway lines and 350 bus lines and shuttle services catering to the two main airports for the Paris region make the multi-modal network operated by RATP in and around Paris one of the largest worldwide.
The group’s RATP Dev subsidiary has been tasked with developing operating and maintenance activities in France and internationally. RATP group is now present in 14 countries and on four continents.
RATP group is a fully and active participant in integration policies with all local parties, elected representatives and non-profit organizations and charities. The RATP group’s foundation finances integration actions and supports economic development projects.
Ratp group hires 60.000 employees all over the world and generated a turnover of €5.556 billions in 2015.
The economic model applied by RATP group by definition places the general interest over any other consideration. It accordingly espouses the positive economy model that repositions people and human values at the core of its organizational model.