A holistic partnership with stakeholders: JCDecaux works to make urban landscapes more livable, comfortable and sensible.

JCDecaux engages with community leaders, urban planners and local government authorities to provide amenities desired in communities, while also considering the aesthetics of each environment.  Through public-private partnerships with JCDecaux, local governments and communities design street furniture installations that complete neighborhoods, providing comfort and shade.  Our transit infrastructure is a central element for urban solutions focused on advancing mobility equity.

Collaborating with stakeholders who are reinventing the transit space to be more accessible, resilient and vibrant, JCDecaux uses data to identify solutions that are responsive to the needs of the transit rider. From the installation of shelters providing comfort and enhancing transit mobility at bus rapid transit median locations to staffing our automatic public toilets with reliable, trained ambassadors, JCDecaux street furniture programs are transforming the user’s experience in response to, and in partnership with, the communities we serve.

JCDecaux bus shelters on streetscapes in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York are examples of successful public-private partnerships, providing comfort and protection from the elements to the daily bus ridership approaching one million in each of Los Angeles and Chicago and over two million in New York.

New York winter storm: over 3,000 JCDecaux street furniture units cleared of snow in record time
Around 100 field teams were mobilised during the night of January 4 to clear and shovel snow from the 3,800 JCDecaux bus shelters, kiosks and automatic toilets across the five boroughs of New York City.