Lyon Transportation

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  • In the TGV
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  • 1. Metro, Funicular, Bus & Tram

    Hi everyone, I would just like to inform you about this company, Rhonexpress. First of all it is a scandal how the concession has been given for 30 YEARS to such companies as Vinci or Veolia, known...

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  • 2. Trains & TGV

    Travelling by train around France is the best way to move around , better than the buses. They close at about midnight and open again at 5 AM. I had to sleep on the floor near the gate long time ago....

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  • 3. Airport & Flying

    No problem flying into Lyon. Leaving by international flight is more problematic if you use T1. The security section (X-rays) is grossly inadequate with queues routinely meaning 20 or 30 minutes...

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  • 4. Road Access

    By Plane : There is a multimodal hub which lies around 25 km from Lyon. The airport is called the Lyon Saint Exupery Airport and utilises around 40 airlines flyign to nearly 80 destinations including...

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  • 5. Le Vaporetto - ferry on the River Saone

    The newest commercial and residential area in Lyon is CONFLUENCE.The River is ever present as this was an old section of the city with docks and warehouses. As...

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  • 6. Vélo'v

    Vélo'v is a large-scale bicycle sharing system which is run by the JCDecaux company on behalf of the Grand Lyon Urban Community. The service began in 2005 and...

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  • 7. Rhônexpress

    Tram linking the airport to Part-Dieu SNCF railway station.Modern and fast, journey time around 20 minutes.Convenient but expensive, a return ticket for two...

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  • 8. Cycling in Lyon

    First the good news: the use of bicycles for urban transportation in Lyon has doubled in the past few years, both because of the Vélo'v bikes and because people...

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  • 9. Velo'v!!!

    Velo'v is the greatest innovation in transport in recent years. The bright red bikes that you see around the city (can't miss them really) are absolutely...

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  • 10. Bikes for rent

    Over 2000 bicycles are available at 200 stations around Lyon and Villeurbanne. After aquiring a card from Le Grand Lyon, you can rent 7 days a week, 24 hours a...

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