Get around in Montpellier by tramway

Montpellier tram lines

With 4 tram lines, 84 stations and 56 km of tracks, the tramway serves 7 cities of the metropolis. It is the ideal means of transport to get to a number of tourist sites or simply to discover the city and the metropolis from a different angle.


From June 1rst to September 1rst 2024, two major projects will be carried out together: the connection of the future Line 5to tramway line 3 in the Saint-Denis sector, to be brought into service in the second half of 2025, and the rail renovation programme to improve safety and comfort on the TaM network.

The combined works will lead to successive service changes and disruptions on tram lines 3 and 4 during the summer of 2024.

network of 4 tramways lines

A network based on 4 tram lines.

Montpellier Tramway line routes

  • Line 1 Mosson/Odysseum
  • Line 2 Saint-Jean de Védas Centre / Jacou
  • Line 3 Juvignac/Montpellier/Lattes and Pérols
  • Line 4, circular, Saint-Denis/ Place Albert 1er / Cathedral / Peyrou – Arc de Triomphe / Saint-Guilhem – Courreau
  • Tramway/bus/parking/cycle hubs
  • A Vélomagg service

All P + tram car parks have spaces reserved for disabled people. The trams are accessible to people with disabilities.

Access to the tourist office: get off at the Comédie stop (lines 1/2) or Gare Saint-Roch stop (lines 1/2/3).

Where to buy the tram tickets?

From 21 December 2023, the sales channels will change and adapt to the new user experience. The current magnetic tickets will no longer be usable, as validation will no longer be required.

  • from a QR code deployed at each stop, tramway station and bus stop, enabling you to buy a time-stamped ticket in 3 clicks, and keep it on your smartphone,
  • at one of the 64 ticket machines located at the main tramway stations,
  • at one of the 100 TaM relay shops.

Existing magnetic tickets will no longer be usable or refundable, as validation will no longer be required.

The M’Ticket application

You can buy your transport and parking tickets on your smartphone, with the “M’Ticket TaM” application available on the App Store and Google Play.

To anticipate future journeys, you can still use the M’Ticket app, including the 10-trip ticket, and activate your ticket at the time of travel.

Some tips:

  • Buy your ticket on the platform, if you get on without a ticket you will be in violation.
  • No change to pay? pay by credit card.
  • The machine doesn’t work ? the screen is unreadable ? Use the machine on the opposite platform.
  • The ticket is valid for 1 hour 30 until the last connection in the same direction.
  • Activate your ticket as soon as you enter the tramway and each time you get on (including connections).
  • Machines are available in the main city centre stations.

Tram times

See the times of the tram lines (in French)

Tram Montpellier Map

The interactive guide TAM Patrimoine (Heritage)

This TaM Heritage guide, produced in partnership with the Tourist Office, allows you to identify the treasures of the Metropolis geographically and to find out about them in brief via a brief description.

Cultural sites, parks and gardens, squares, monuments, each site will be presented on top of the four tramway lines.

You will be encouraged to scan the QR code integrated into the schematic tramway map, displayed at each station.
When you scan it with your mobile phone, you will be redirected to the interactive heritage guide.

You will be asked to authorise your geolocation in order to centre the map on the station you are at and will be shown the heritage nearby.

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