Elisabeth Borne

Val d’Isère 2017

Paris’s public transport operator RATP and its chairwoman and CEO Elisabeth Borne are on a mission — several missions, actually: RATP wants to allow people to travel freely and easily while enabling autonomy and mobility; RATP also aims to take part in the fight against climate change by offering more environmentally-friendly transportation alternatives. Additionally, the company strives for a better user experience in transportation thanks to continuous innovation. Because the power to do things relies on the capacity to travel and meet other people, RATP is constantly looking for new solutions that will make its users’ lives easier: From the contactless “Navigo pass’” to the self-driving shuttles, from multimodality to indoor navigation tools, RATP is at the cutting edge of innovation thanks to its partnerships with technology startups.

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