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The Transports en Commun Lyonnais (TCL) public transport network offers over 120 bus and trolleybus lines, four metro lines, two funicular lines, four tram lines and special minibuses for people with disabilities. Over 3,000 stops are served throughout the Lyon metropolitan area, which is made up of 64 municipalities. This is one of the most efficient networks in France.

Greater Lyon is conducting an active policy to develop "soft" transport. This involves improving the network of cycle tracks and safe routes, as well as developing bike loan and rental facilities.

The rail network is also well developed in Lyon, with three SNCF train stations : Part-Dieu, Perrache and Jean Macé.

If you would like to find out how to get around using public transport within Lyon and the surrounding area, you can use the Multitud' route planner by entering your departure and arrival points below. Bus, metro, tram, coach or train: twelve public transport networks serve the greater Lyon region. Multitud' aims to provide all the information you need to plan your journeys: timetables, route planner, news, disruptions, practical information etc.
For more information on Multitud', click here.