Montpellier Tramway - Line 2 - Stations

Stations

  • Jacou (interchange with a suburban bus route to the northeast)
  • Georges Pompidou (interchange with suburban and departmental bus routes to the northeast)
  • Via Domitia
  • Aube Rouge
  • Notre-Dame-de-Sablassou (partial terminus; interchange with bus routes to the northeast of the Agglomeration and the east of the Department of Hérault)
  • Centurions
  • La Galine
  • Clairval
  • Charles de Gaulle (interchange with suburban bus routes)
  • Saint-Lazare
  • Aiguelongue
  • Jeu de Mail des Abbés
  • Beaux-Arts
  • Corum (interchange with Line 1 and bus routes to northeastern communities in the Agglomeration)
  • Comédie
  • Gare Saint-Roch (interchange with Line 1, bus routes at the bus station, and SNCF trains)
  • Rondelet
  • Nouveau Saint-Roch
  • Saint-Cléophas (interchange with a suburban bus route to the south)
  • Lemasson
  • Mas Drevon
  • Croix d'Argent
  • Villeneuve d'Angoulême
  • Sabines (partial terminus; interchange with suburban and departmental bus routes to the south; parking; track connections to the La Jeune Parque depot)
  • Les Grisettes (located in the Mas d'Astre industrial park; opening subject to urbanization of the district)
  • Victoire 2
  • La Condamine
  • Saint-Jean-le-Sec (interchange with departmental bus routes to the west)
  • Amphitrite (expected to open following the urbanization of the ZAC de Roque-Fraisse)
  • Saint-Jean-de-Védas Centre (interchange with suburban bus routes to the west)

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