Rennes Metro

What is the history of Rennes metro

The Rennes Metro is a tramway network in the city of Rennes, Brittany, France.

It was opened on 30 March 2009, and has five lines (A-E). The metro is operated by the company STIF.

Rennes Metro

How many stations are there?

There are 30 stations in the Rennes Metro.

What are the line colours?

There are 5 lines.

The colours of the lines are:

A:Rennes Metro Line A

What are the line names?

Line A: L’Estrade-Trocadéro (A1), L’Estrade-Bâtiment des Cévennes (A2), Port-Manteaux (A3), La Ville (A4). Line B: Rennes-Bastiais-Porte de l’Ile (B1) and Le Capucin.
Line C: Parc, Les Quatre Temps, Pôle Universitaire, Pont de la Plage. Line D: Cours Saint Louis, Marceau, Grand Marais. Line E: Gare d’Hauteville.

Who designed the metro?

The metro lines were designed by the French architect Jean-Claude Albert.

When was the metro inaugurated?

The underground metro was inaugurated in 2009, while the tramway network was opened in 2014.

How much does it cost to ride the metro?

A one-way ticket costs €1.50, and this can be purchased at the automatic ticket machines, which are in each station, or from the conductor on the tram.

What are the entrances and exits to the metro?

Entrances and exits are located at the following places:
A: Avenue de la Gare (A5)
B: Place Jean Moulin (Rennes-Saint-Servais)
C: Place des Champs-Elysées (Place du Petit Marché)
D: Place du Maréchal Juin (Rennes-Vieux Port)
E: Rue Louis Lumière (Rennes-Boucauville)

What are the tokens used to ride the metro?

The token is based on a ticket system.

The price is €1.50 for a single journey, and children pay half of the single fare.

What are the timings of the metro?

The metro operates from 6.30am to 11pm, with trains running every 10 minutes in the morning and evening.