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We work with renowned designers to create attractive street furniture that blends harmoniously with its environment.
Our street furniture is built with high-quality materials like glass and steel, selected for their style and durability.
55% of our staff
work on the ground on a daily basis, cleaning, maintaining and repairing our street furniture to keep it tidy and operational.
One hundred 32-inch interactive displays
have been installed on new bus shelters in Paris
Our displays and screens update you on news and events, and help you to reach your destination.
Over 100 million public messages
have been displayed in Chicago since the first screen was activated in 2014
One billion kilometers
have been travelled by JCDecaux's 52,000 self-service bicycles
The revenue from advertising goes to the community in the form of either royalties or services to residents and passengers.
By helping merchants and businesses promote their products, we contribute to the local economy.
Our self-service bicycles offer an alternative mode of transport that is accessible and non-polluting.
In 2016, 93.6%
of our staff were on permanent contracts.
Over 50% reduction
in the energy consumption of lighting systems using LED technology
As early as the design phase, we strive to make our street furniture energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly.
We design accessible furniture, like our public toilets which can be used by people in wheelchairs.
Our street furniture, distributed throughout the urban landscape, offers you greater mobile connectivity thanks to Wi-Fi and small cell technology.
Our digital screens give you access to interactive content and applications connected to the local environment.
We enliven the corridors of metro systems, the concourses of airports and shopping centres with real-time messages, tourist information and special events.