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Ce tramway constitue un réseau composé de trois lignes (A, B, C) d’une longueur totale actuelle de 58,9 km (juin 2015), la ligne D est en projet et la ligne du Tram-train du Médoc est en phase de construction. Le réseau pourrait être complété par une ligne E en BHNS actuellement en proje
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The first line of Bordeaux's modern tramway opened on 21 December 2003; further extensions have increased the route length to 43.9 kilometres (27.3 mi). The system is notable for using a ground-level power supply of the Alimentation par Sol (APS) system in the city centre. It is operated by Keolis Bordeaux since 1 May 2009.
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    • Crystal Ballion
      Crystal Ballion

      Combien de fois j'ai pris ce tram j'ai arrêter de compter car j'habite a bordeauux

      about 27 days ago
    • John Newton
      John Newton

      We had an unforgettable time in Bordeaux, the tram was excellent and responsibly priced, we went to the old football stadium, the tram was seriously overcrowded but it didnt stop them. It stopped at a lovely bar that also had a bookies in it, something ive never seen before, nice memories

      about 1 month ago
    • Phil Dazur
      Phil Dazur

      Note : la mise en place du tramway de Bordeaux, a permis une certaine spéculation immobilière.

      about 1 month ago
    • Robert Gouyet
      Robert Gouyet

      J'ai l'impression qu'il ne dépasse pas les 40 kmh.

      about 4 months ago
    • Quentin Gazziola
      Quentin Gazziola In reply to Robert Gouyet

      En centre ville non en effet, mais au-delà des boulevards oui (40 et 60 km/h)

      about 3 months ago
    • Gigi Bnd-Fjr
      Gigi Bnd-Fjr

      Cela fait penser à un train en ville et je trouve cela très bruyant.

      about 5 months ago
    • UrbainFury
      UrbainFury In reply to Gigi Bnd-Fjr

      Gigi Bnd-Fjr Pourtant j’habite à côté d’une voie de tram et je ne trouve pas ça très bruyant

      about 4 days ago
    • Quentin Gazziola
      Quentin Gazziola In reply to Gigi Bnd-Fjr

      C'est le principe en même temps, ça s'appelle un train léger ce n'est pas pour rien...
      Comme tout transport en commun c'est un peu bruyant, mais à choisir il vaut mieux le tram plutôt que les bus

      about 3 months ago
    • Philippe D.R.
      Philippe D.R.

      C'est vraiment un superbe tramway! Les Bordelais sont extrêmement chanceux d'en avoir un! La ville de Québec est sur le point de construire sa première ligne de tramway de 23 km après avoir relativement négligé son transport en commun pendant longtemps. Le vôtre est très inspirant pour moi! Je pense que c'est mon 2e préféré après celui de Tours, mais vraiment de très peu. Votre ville est vraiment magnifique et j'aimerais bien la visiter un jour d'autant plus que Québec a une relation spéciale avec Bordeaux, car nous sommes jumelées. L'alimentation par le sol est vraiment géniale, mais malheureusement Québec reçoit beaucoup trop de neige pour que ça ait la fiabilité nécessaire en hiver. Une tempête de neige avec 30 cm d'accumulation, ça n'a rien d'extraordinaire ;) . Mon seul regret c'est que je vais devoir attendre jusqu'en 2026 pour en profiter. :(

      about 6 months ago
    • Carolina Sánchez
      Carolina Sánchez

      Que nostalgia 🥰

      about 8 months ago
    • 4u별님
      4u별님

      쇼핑몰 등에서 제공하는
      쇼핑몰 등에서 제공하는

      about 10 months ago
    • SdH76zhEU
      SdH76zhEU

      Tram looks greta from the side, not so much from front! Very intresting power-system!

      about 10 months ago
    • Jean Gabin
      Jean Gabin

      Ça me fait penser aux tramways de Montpellier

      about 11 months ago
    • Patrick P
      Patrick P

      Beautiful trams !

      about 1 year ago
    • indonesian cat holic
      indonesian cat holic

      Beautiful and clean looking tram, without messy overhead cables

      about 1 year ago
    • Katherine Byrne
      Katherine Byrne

      I was on this two weeks ago :)

      about 1 year ago
    • 강혜윤
      강혜윤

      😭😭

      about 1 year ago
    • Alex Tau
      Alex Tau

      Бордо, я смотрю, ухоженнее Парижа...

      about 1 year ago
    • Hocin Hachmi
      Hocin Hachmi

      Hhhhh franc e oran kif kif

      about 1 year ago
    • Near Bo
      Near Bo In reply to Hocin Hachmi

      Oui

      about 1 year ago
    • Romeo 123
      Romeo 123

      Where some electric cable..??

      about 1 year ago
    • Quentin Gazziola
      Quentin Gazziola In reply to Romeo 123

      In Bordeaux, the tram has got a "ground power supply" system. It consists of a third rail placed in the middle of the track. This rail is only electrified when the tram covers it completely; thus, no one can be electrocuted. In case a rail doesn't work properly, trams have got batteries that can be used to reach the next electrified rail. This system is only used in the city centre and it was made to avoid cables in avenues and places and protect buildings. Bordeaux modern tramway network was the first network in the world to use this ground power supply system. The beginnings were tough: we had a lot of issues with our tram but now it's way better; even if this power supply system is still causing some troubles get us angry sometimes

      I hope you understand better how this system works

      about 4 days ago
    • UrbainFury
      UrbainFury In reply to Romeo 123

      Romeo 123 They are not in the ground but in some areas there is no cable for landscape reasons but in other areas there are so that is why they charge before going into these areas

      about 1 month ago
    • Swap
      Swap In reply to Romeo 123

      On the floor

      about 1 year ago
    • Cherifa Bentata
      Cherifa Bentata

      Hdjhsjeuuejrjksdhkdhwlshdkdkdkjd je vous remercie de votre part je les exclusifs Hippo

      about 1 year ago
    • Cherifa Bentata
      Cherifa Bentata

      Jjjzjirurj

      about 1 year ago
    • محمد محمد
      محمد محمد

      غداز







      و.




      جخغنتيو

      about 1 year ago
    • Sissi Simsim
      Sissi Simsim

      😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

      about 1 year ago
    • Joe Turner
      Joe Turner

      I wonder how often a driver has forgot to drop the pan?

      about 1 year ago
    • Quentin Gazziola
      Quentin Gazziola In reply to Joe Turner

      @Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD It's not automatic; the tram driver pushes a button to switch modes

      about 4 days ago
    • Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD
      Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD In reply to Joe Turner

      It's automatic

      about 1 year ago
    • Joe Turner
      Joe Turner

      Just realised they are battery powered.

      about 1 year ago
    • Eric J
      Eric J In reply to Joe Turner

      No they pick up power from that strip in the middle of the track. It's built so that it's only live when it's under a train, so nobody gets electrocuted. The system is called APS.

      about 1 year ago
    • Joe Turner
      Joe Turner

      I was there yesterday and it was bloody freezing.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ligne 7
      Ligne 7

      venez notre chaine on fait du rap

      about 2 years ago
    • SPOTTER360
      SPOTTER360

      Awesome trams! I can't wait to ride and spot these on my visit to Bordeaux.

      about 2 years ago
    • Urban VIII
      Urban VIII

      No overhead wires for the electricity? Run on batteries?

      about 2 years ago
    • Philippe D.R.
      Philippe D.R. In reply to Urban VIII

      @Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD Here in Quebec City, we have a beautiful old town and we're about to build our very first tramway line (23km). Unfortunately, since we get a lot of snow every winter, I don't think this system would work for us as it would be constantly buried. However, the new line won't go in the old town for the time being. It's slated to link two of our suburbs to the city center through our commercial zones. And even if it did, the beauty of the tram and the public works linked to it would certainly beat the ugliness of the wires.

      about 6 months ago
    • Urban VIII
      Urban VIII In reply to Urban VIII

      @Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD Incredible! And highly advanced technology. Very impressive indeed.

      about 1 year ago
    • Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD
      Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD In reply to Urban VIII

      Urban VIII no it’s a well designed technology, no risk at all for walkers, bicycles. The electricity is only transmitted when the tram is under each electric spot. Check Ground level power supply (APS) system on Wikipedia for more details.
      The beginning of the system was painful but now it works fine.

      about 1 year ago
    • Urban VIII
      Urban VIII In reply to Urban VIII

      @Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD Is there any danger of the public touching the third rail? In NYC, the third rail in the subways is 600 volts AC. If you touched it with bare hands or feet, it would kill you instantly.

      about 1 year ago
    • Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD
      Amazigh Blue Azul - Anti Mafia - Anti ANPD In reply to Urban VIII

      @Urban VIII This technology was created here in Bordeaux, the old city is protected by UNESCO and Historical Protection Laws in France, they can't put Electric wires in the center

      about 1 year ago
    • Пётр Солнцев
      Пётр Солнцев

      не хватает ярких габаритов ,светодиоды и светоотражающих плёнок

      about 2 years ago
    • jaeson bang
      jaeson bang

      great tram... how is it powered without the overhead electric line?

      about 2 years ago
    • Yuri Guimarães
      Yuri Guimarães In reply to jaeson bang

      the one in Rio de Janeiro is also gorgeous and uses this same third rail tech.

      about 1 year ago
    • Christopher Lovelock
      Christopher Lovelock In reply to jaeson bang

      jaeson bang .... A much improved and safer system than the old "Dolter Stud" system that was used in some towns without much success in the early1900's, it fell out of favour very quickly. London used a system involving a 'shoe or skate' that was 'hidden' in a 3rd slot and worked fairly well in certain parts of the town until the trams went in the early '50's. ... Only my opinion but I think the trams of Bordeaux rate as some of the most beautiful in the world, - they are the epitome of design.

      about 2 years ago
    • jaeson bang
      jaeson bang In reply to jaeson bang

      thank you so much for the info. basically, the power source is in the ground. how smart is that. wow.

      about 2 years ago
    • Alex Jenkins
      Alex Jenkins In reply to jaeson bang

      jaeson bang It's powered using Alstom's "APS" system, a third rail that only transmits power when the tram is completely covering a certain section of it.

      about 2 years ago
    • multinfos de giovanni giovanni
      multinfos de giovanni giovanni

      le tram de Bordeaux à la même longueur que le tram de Strasbourg

      about 2 years ago