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Trams and buses: all the information you need to get your journey moving!

Tram

The tram service is the jewel in the crown of the TBM network! It covers over 6 million kilometres every year and boasts 65km of track, 100 trains and 117 stops.

3 tramlines:

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  • Le Haillan Rostand <> La Gardette Bassens Carbon Blanc / Floirac Dravemont

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  • Bordeaux Berges de la Garonne <> Pessac France Alouette / Pessac Centre

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  • Bordeaux Parc des Expositions / Gare de Blanquefort <> Bègles Lycée Vaclav Havel / Gare de Bègles

From 5am to midnight and beyond!

Trams run from 5am to midnight, Sunday to Wednesday, and until 1am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays (last departures from terminal). During the day, tram services run every 3 to 5 minutes so you’ll never be kept waiting! The rest of the time, trams run every 8 to 15 minutes.

Follow travel information on Twitter:

@TBM_TramA, @TBM_TramB and @TBM_TramC Monday to Saturday from 6:30am to 8:30pm and Sundays from 1:30pm to 9pm.

Bus

The bus network is well-designed, effective and easy to access. It covers 22.7 million kilometres every year and our 398 buses stop in 3,277 different locations.

There are 80 daytime and nighttime routes:

3 Lianes+ and 10 Lianes running from 5am to midnight, Sunday to Wednesday, and until 1am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays (last departures from terminal).

64 routes operating from 5am to 9pm.

1 electric shuttle (Citéis 47) running in Bordeaux city centre with stops on request.

Follow the latest travel info on Twitter:

@TBM_Bus Monday to Saturday: 6.30 am to 9 pm.

Good to know

  • If you want updates on a particular route on Twitter, use the hashtag #TBMBus followed by your route number to filter the information. Example: For Lianes1+, use #TBMBus1!