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Public Transport

Angers's public transport website
Reaching the campuses

To get to the Belle-Beille campus, you can take the following bus lines:

  • Line 1 -

to “IUT” bus stop for the faculty of Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences

to “Cité universitaire” for the Belle-Beille hall of residence

to “Restaurant Universitaire” for the faculty of Science and the university restaurant

to “Maison des étudiants” for the SUMPPS and ISTIA

  • Line 14 (express):

to “IUT” for the faculty of Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences and the IUT

to “Restaurant Universitaire” for the faculty of Science and the university restaurant

 

  • Line 4:  to “Lakanal” for the Passerelle and the Lakanal hall of residence

To get to the Saint-Serge campus, you can choose one of the following options:

  • tram line A- to “St Serge-Université” tram stopBus line 9 to “Rennes”
  • Bus line 3 to “Mitterand”
  • Bus line 7 to “Miterrand”

To get to the Health campus, take:

  • Line 8 to “Fac de médecine”
Getting around Angers

There are many different ways to move around Angers:

By bicycle

It is the cheapest and most environmentally-friendly option. Bicycle racks are available around the different campuses, with a secured roofed shed on the Saint-Serge campus.  

If you don’t have a bike, you can borrow one with VéloCité

 

By bus or tram

The transport network in Angers includes approximately 15 bus lines and a tram line so you can easily reach any place in and around the city.

Monthly pass for 6-25 y.o.: €32. 

Visit http://bustram.irigo.fr for information and maps.

 

By train

You can get reduced rates for all your TER trips within the Pays de la Loire region (Tiva card, student rail pass). Visit www.ter-sncf.com/paysdelaloire for further information.

Regarding train trips throughout France, the 12-25 y.o. rail pass will get you up to 50% off your fares.

Car-sharing

Approximately 70% of French people use their cars to commute to work or study. 80% of them drive on their own. Car-sharing is economical and friendly. Find out more on: www.covoiturage.fr and www.covoiturage49.fr

 

Multimodal transport

Destineo is an online platform which allows you to create your own travel itinerary in the Pays de la Loire region by combining several transport means and calculating your carbon footprint. Bus, train, cycling, walking… you will always find the best way to get from one place to another!

For more details, visit http://www.destineo.fr/en/