Bus Lines in Bordeaux

Bus Lines In Bordeaux

The Urban Community of Bordeaux Public Transport System (TBC) (Keolis) manages 65 regular bus and tram lines in Bordeaux and Bordeaux's suburbs. These tram and bus lines comprise:

  • 13 high frequency (10-15 minute) services (LIANES)
  • 9 main lines which have a service frequency from 15 to 30 minutes
  • 6 suburban services (COROL)
  • 8 local services (CITÉIS)
  • 2 express services
  • 16 lower frequency services
  • 11 special services (e.g. school services)
  • 4 Day Flexo (flexible services which follow fixed routes to a location and then pick up or set down on demand in that location)
  • 6 Evening Flexo (flexible services which follow fixed routes to a location and then pick up or set down on demand in that location)
  • 1 Night Flexo (flexible services which follow fixed routes to a location and then pick up or set down on demand in that location)
  • 3 Résago areas (demand responsive services which serve areas with little or no coverage by the normal bus or tram services).

This network commenced operation on 22 February 2010.

Read more about Bus Lines In Bordeaux:  LIANES, Main Lines, COROL, CITÉIS, Express Lines, Local Lines, Spécific Lines, FleXO, ResaGO

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