Using Twitter, you’ll always have the latest information on your routes, with:
- live bus and traffic information,
- details of any roadworks or repairs,
- information on all major events in the city affecting your journeys.
Every tram service has its own Twitter account: @TBM_TramA, @TBM_TramB et @TBM_TramC. Travel information is provided from Monday to Saturday, 6:30am to 9pm, and on Sundays, 1:30pm to 9pm.
This account @TBM_Bus provides information on all the network’s bus services. Traffic information is provided from Monday to Saturday, 6:30am to 9pm.
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!
Find out the latest information on @TBM_Bat3 river shuttles as well as travel updates on each catamaran. This account also provides updates on Chaban Delmas bridge lift times!
Find out the latest news on our @TBM_V3 service: new docking stations, stations under construction, new services relating to self-service bikes.
How do I sign up to Twitter?
To open a Twitter account, go to the Twitter mobile app or twitter.com. To create an account, you will need a valid email address, password and two personal identifiers.
How do I follow travel information on Twitter?
Once you have created your account, use the search box at the top of the page and enter:
TBM_TramA to follow the news about tramline A
TBM_TramB to follow the news about tramline B
TBM_TramC to follow the news about tramline C
TBM_Bus to follow news about the network’s bus services
TBM_Bat3 to follow the news about the Bat³ (river shuttle)
TBM_V3 to follow the news about the V3 (self-service cycles)
If you then go to your homepage, you’ll be able to see all the tweets posted on the account(s) you are following ! See you very soon on #twitter!