Transports - Bordeaux Montaigne University

Transports

Transport in Bordeaux and surrounding urban area

With the public transport network, TBM, you can travel quickly and easily to wherever you would like to go in Bordeaux. There are stops in all 28 communes of the urban community of Bordeaux.

You can charge your TBM card with a yearly ticket, or with “Tickartes” valid for 1, 5 or 10 journeys. 

Choose the ticket type that is best suited to your needs. 

Tram

Three tramlines circulate from 5am to 00.30am, with services until 1.15am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

See the interactive map

You can access live traffic updates for your bus or tramline on your Smartphone, via the website mobilinfotbm.com and on Twitter via  @tbm_TramA, @tbm_TramB and @tbm_TramC.

Bus

The tram routes are supplemented by a great many bus routes, getting you closer to where you need to be.

Vcub

With the Vcub service, you can borrow a bicycle from a station of your choice and it doesn't matter which station you return it to.
Journeys of less than 30 minutes are free once you have become a Vcub member. Membership for one day costs 1.50€, and membership for one year costs 20€ (prices correct at 1 August 2014).

Tariffs available here.

Bicycle availability and Vcub station updates are always within easy reach, with the mobile application m.vcub.fr and the Twitter account: @tbm_VCub

Mobibus

The Mobibus service is for wheelchair users and the visually impaired. You can take out a subscription or you can pay-as-you-go. The service operates all year round (except 1 May), from 5.30am to 00.30am, and must simply be reserved by phone. 

Price for one journey: 2.52€ (with the possibility of subscription in the case of regular journeys).

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