Veolia Transport Nederland
The company first appeared in the Netherlands in 1997 when it traded as CGEA. This company had a 70% share in the train company Lovers Rail who operated trains from Amsterdam to IJmuiden and Amsterdam to Lisse for the Keukenhof. It also bought the Dutch bus companies BBA, Limex and Stadsbus Maastricht. It continued to use these brand names for a while. Eventually these names disappeared and became Veolia Transport Nederland.
|Name||Previous operator||Bus services (key places)||Rail services||Ferry services|
|Gelderland/Veluwe||BBA||Apeldoorn (main hub), Harderwijk, Amersfoort, Ede, Wageningen, Zwolle|
|Limburg||Hermes, Limex, Stadsbus Maastricht||Maastricht, Heerlen, Roermond, Venlo, Kerkrade||Heuvellandlijn (Maastricht - Valkenburg - Heerlen - Kerkrade)
Maaslijn (Nijmegen - Venlo - Roermond)
|North Brabant||BBA, Hermes||Tilburg, Breda, Bergen op Zoom|
|South Holland||Connexxion||The Hague, Delft, Zoetermeer|
|Zeeland||Connexxion||Zeeuws-Vlaanderen||Vlissingen - Breskens (Veolia Transport Fast Ferries)|
Veolia Transport Nederland had a subsidiary, Veolia Cargo Nederland BV, that operated cargo trains on various routes, it was sold in 2009.