The main lines have a frequency from 15 to 30 minutes. They function from 6am to 9pm.
|20||Victoire <=> Talence-Thouars||TBC|
|21||Peixotto <=> Gradignan-Stade Ornon||Kéolis Gironde|
|23||Fontaine d'Arlac <=> Pessac-Romainville ou Toctoucau||TBC|
|24||Porte de Bourgogne <=> Pessac–Bougnard||TBC|
|26||Quinconces <=> Bègles-Le Dorat||TBC|
|27||Buttinière <=> Stalingrad||TBC|
|28||Galin <=> Stalingrad||TBC|
|29||Quinconces <=> Eysines-Lycée Charles Péguy ou Blanquefort-Ecoparc||TBC|
|30||Mérignac-Cimetière Intercommunal <=> Le Haillan-Parc Ste Christine ou Saint-Aubin-de-Médoc-Lycée Sud-Médoc or Saint-Médard-en-Jalles-Collège François Mauriac||Kéolis Gironde|
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