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Faster, more secure and more economical interurban public transport
How do I get there?
To facilitate your travel throughout Normandy:
- Bus Verts: fifty regular bus routes
- Manéo Services: 27 regular bus routes
- Cap Orne: 25 regular bus routes



NORMANDY: INTERURBAN NETWORKS

With:
- 1,456,793 inhabitants (in 2009) of whom 666,100 are active (according to 2006 figures) can take advantage of over a hundred regular bus routes throughout Normandy.
- A home/workplace travelling time estimated at a maximum of 15 minutes throughout the region's74 sustainable neighbourhoods

CALVADOS

Launched in the 80's by the Calvados Council, the Bus Verts service offers:
- fifty regular bus routes
- 3.7 million journeys/year, of which around 2.4 million are for school transport
- over 200 vehicles covering approximately 7 million kilometres per year
- every year, over €3M are invested to renew coach fleets, average vehicle age being 8 years
- 259 bus shelters

MANCHE

Manéo is the new name for the Manche Council's public transport network. Manéo "is a sense of public service, the guarantee of a safe and serene journey, and a truly tailor-made service".
Reorganised around 7 routes linking major towns, together with 27 regular routes throughout sustainable urban areas (3 of them tourist routes), the network offers access to a great number of places throughout Manche, and at unbeatable prices.

ORNE

The Cap Orne network was created in 2001 by the Orne Council. As the authority in charge of organising interurban public transport throughout the département, Cap Orne facilitates local travel.
Its budget totals €18.3M, i.e. 7.41% of the Council's operating budget.

Cap-Orne in a few figures:
- Around 1.7 million passengers transported every year
- Over 230 vehicles
- 25 regular bus routes
- Serving 252 towns and villages
- Regular routes with pick-up points adapted to suit local needs
- Specific routes for school transport
- A unique pricing system to ensure that services are accessible to all

A regional website: www.commentjyvais.fr: un trajet, des transports en Basse-Normandie (trips and transport throughout Normandy)





  • AUTOCARS CAP'ORNE
  • Logo Conseil Général du Calvados
  • Bus Alençon
  • LOGO DU CONSEIL GENERAL DE L'ORNE
  • AFFICHES TRANSPORTS SCOLAIRES CAP'ORNE