Jean Souchal, president of Poma, and Jean-Michel Lattes, president of Tisséo Ingénierie, exchanged urbanRNTP, as part of the urban RNTP on the theme of the integration of a cable car in a transport network at the tip of the innovation: a strong environmental issue.
Innovative and carbon-free technology that meets the challenges of a metropolis that is experiencing strong growth, it was during the RNTPs and at the pivotal moment of the Téléo project that this exchange took place between the president of Poma who is carrying out the the very first 3S urban cable car in France and the president of Tisséo Ingéniérie, client.
” Here we are in the final phase of the realization of this proven Cable Transport system consolidating the offer of Urban Mobility with carbon-free technology. More than, in Toulouse, in close collaboration with all Tisséo teams, POMA demonstrates the complementary strength of our cable systems in the organization of mobility, when it comes to overcoming obstacles or climbing hills. , to integrate frugally into the environment and economy of the neighborhoods, while welcoming a very high level of service and comfort for all passengers. Long live TELEO »Declared Jean Souchal, president of POMA.
” To the south of Toulouse, a spectacular infrastructure is sort of land: Téléo. By taking the air route, our public transport network places Toulouse in the growing circle of global metropolises which have made the innovative choice of acquiring a cable car. The longest cable car in France will fly over the slopes of Pech David in a spectacular way and will reveal a unique point of view on the Toulouse conurbation, the plain of the Garonne and in the distance the Pyrenees. This new structuring line will complete the southern belt, from Montaudran to Colomiers, and complete Tisséo’s transport offer, but also highlight a whole little-known and yet remarkable part of Toulouse. »Replied Jean-Michel Lattes, president of Tisséo Ingénierie.