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Agglo’bus operates routes in and around Carcassonne. It also runs the shuttle bus to and from the airport. Other services include transport on demand, the Handi'bus for the mobility restricted, a city shuttle, student and family discounts and more. Tickets for single journeys are sold on board the bus and books of tickets (carnets) can be bought in their office.
Transports en Grand Narbonne, Citibus, operates in the region. Individual tickets are sold on the buses and carnets (books of 10 tickets) and ticket cards can be bought at tobacconists (Tabacs) around the city.
Citibus serves all areas of the "l'agglomération du Grand Narbonne". The service includes:
The website has interactive route plans.
Edgard has bus routes connecting Nîmes with Le Vigan, Alès, Uzès, Avignon, Montpellier, Lunel, La Grande Motte and Arles.
A shuttle bus operates between Nîmes and Nîmes-Arles airport. The timetable ties in with the departure and arrival of flights with various pick-up and drop-off points en route - tell teh driver where to stop. Tickets can be bought from the driver at boarding.
Tel: 04 66 29 27 29
The TANGO bus company runs routes in Nîmes and groups together the nine companies that run the routes serving the surrounding communes. There are also shuttle routes that link into these fixed lines. In addition, there are routes operated by taxis and minibuses that connect to the central Nîmes lines.
Single tickets are sold on board the buses and carnets and monthly passes are available at tobacconists (Tabacs) and news agents (Presse) across the department. The website has PDF documents of the urban and inter-urban lines along with ticket pricing information.
The NTecC bus company operates bus routes in the Alès Communauté d'Agglomération. Tarrifs depend on the zone being travelled in - full details are available on the website. Individual tickets are bought on board the bus; a smart card can be bought for loading ten tickets at a reduced rate.
Hérault Transport provides a regional bus service throughout the department. Services include transport for school children from pre-primary school age to college. Full timetables and route maps are available from the Montpellier offices (call or e-mail) and online (in French).
The Transports de l'Agglomération de Montpellier (TAM) operates a comprehensive public transport service for the city. It incorporates bus lines, the two-line tramway with well-located parking areas (a third line is under construction), and the Vélomagg bike rental service.
Bus Occitan operates 15 routes in and around Béziers and routes to Valras Plage and Boujan sur Libron. Single tickets are sold on board the buses and books of tickets (carnets) and monthly passes are available at tobacconists (Tabacs) and news agents (Presse) across Béziers.
TOTEM (the network for the Thau agglomération), provides six bus routes serving Sète, Balaruc, Frontignan, Gigean and Marseillan. Travel passes/season tickets are available for regular travel; tickets are also available in booklets of 10 for frequent commuters and single journey flat rate tickets can be bought on board from the driver. There are ticket dispensers in town. More information is on the website (in French), see the menu option "Lieux de vente des titres".
The Transports Urbains Mendois (TUM) operates five bus routes during the week and a single, circular route on Saturdays. There is no service on Sundays.
Tickets are valid for an hour an half one-way, allowing to change buses to reach your destination. Individual tickets are bought on board the bus; carnets and a smart card can be bought for monthly or yearly passes. The website lists locations selling tickets and rates for various frequent commuter passes; it also gives the addresses of convenient free parking areas.
The Conseil Général of the Pyrénées Orientales provides a list of bus routes and timetables for the various towns on the Conseil Général des Pyrénées Orientales website (in French).
There are 26 bus routes operated by the Compagnie de Transport Perpignan Méditerranée (CTPM). Additional buses run for sports events in the city.
Individual tickets can be bought on the buses and carnets are on sale in Tabacs and Presse (Newsagents) around Perpignan. Monthly and yearly passes can be bought at the CTPM offices in Boulevard Clémenceau. A free P'tit Bus is available in the city centre. The website (in French) has comprehensive information on the timetable, tariffs and route maps.
A few companies provide bus transportation from the Girona (Spain) airport to the train station in Figueres (Spain) where connecting trains to Languedoc and beyond are available.