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Getting around Lille

Getting around Lille


Public transport

Thanks to Transpole, Lille has a comprehensive public transport network:

2 automatic metro lines (the VAL: automatic light vehicule)
the world's first automatic subway (1983), 60 stops covering 45 km.
Line 1 : Villeneuve d’Ascq 4 Cantons  <>  Lille CHU-Eurasanté (Regional Hospital).
Line 2 : Lomme Saint Philibert (Hospital) <> Tourcoing CH Dron (Hospital)

2 tram lines with more than 35 stops connecting Lille to Roubaix and Tourcoing.
Tramway R : Roubaix Eurotéléport <> Gare Lille Flandres
Tramway T : Tourcoing centre <> Gare Lille Flandres

About 60 bus routes.

The buses, trams and metros run every day (except May 1st) from 5.30 am to around midnight.
Standard (single) fare for the entire network: €1.65 for a full-price single ticket.
Set of 10 tickets: €14.45
ZAP ticket (3 tram or subway stations, transfert available): €1.05
Day Pass (available during 24h): €4.90
Evening Pass (after 7.00 pm): €2.25
The buses, trams and metros are free with City Pass
More information about public transports:

Other modes of transportation

Apart from public transport, there are other ways of getting around Lille which are different, fun and ecofriendly.


Rent a bike with V'Lille in the self-service stations situated in Lille and surroundings.

Happy moov

A covered cycle-taxi service in the city centre. tel.+33 (0)6 24 16 08 18 -

> Availability updated in real-time
> A secure credit card transaction
> No additional costs
> Personalized advice

Tel from France : 0891 56 2004 (0.225 VAT / min)
Tel from other countries : +33 (0) 359 579 400
Schedules : Mon to Sat / 9:30-13:00 and 14:00-18:00