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The regional mobility network

For many years now, the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region has been responsible for organising public transport services by rail (2002), intercity and school (2017) throughout its territory under the Mobigo brand. Since the Loi d'orientation des mobilités (2019), as the lead authority for mobility, the Region has been working to facilitate access to the various modes of transport in its area, still under the Mobigo mobility brand.

Its aim : to keep you informed about the transport services available in the Region.

It has set up a multimodal information system, viamobigo.fr, to bring together all the information on public transport in the urban networks of the partner conurbations and the regional Mobigo network, so that everyone in the region can find out about alternatives to the private car. Technology to facilitate the customer journey.

3 platforms at your disposal

3 platforms at your disposal:

  1. A website viamobigo.fr/en
  2. A Mobigo application:
    1. on the Apple Store
    2. on Google Play
  3. A call center reachable at 03 80 11 29 29

In addition, the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region transports or assists more than 125,000 pupils every day. Find out more here: https://www.bourgognefranchecomte.fr/accueil-transport

Mobility everywhere and for everyone

To facilitate access to the different modes of transport within its territory, the Region is developing a complete mobility chain.

Intermodality and innovation are at the heart of its priorities in defining its new transport policy. It is thinking about mobility in its entirety and aims to make it sustainable, connected, shared and accessible to all.

The viamobigo.fr regional mobility service promotes and facilitates the use of public transport by offering simple, accessible information and solutions.

The Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region is organizing:

  • 17 TER lines iconThe TER lines (17)
  • Icon for the school, intercity and on-demand road networkThe road network with school transport (2,917 routes), regular intercity routes (99) and on-demand transport (TAD)
  • Carpooling iconSimple, subsidized carpooling
  • Icon for secure bike shelters in stationsSecure bike shelters in stations (32)

20 Conurbations organize:

  • Icon for bus and streetcar linesBus and streetcar lines
  • Self-service bicycle iconSelf-service bicycles
  • Icon for car parksParking, park-and-ride and car-sharing facilities
  • Icon for car-sharing in Dijon and Besançon54 car-sharing in Dijon and Besançon

Transport services offered by partner conurbations

Managed by the Region, the Mobigo multimodal information system is the result of a partnership with the region's local authorities and transport networks.

Map representing the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region, its 8 Départements and their dedicated transport networks

Urban transport networks

  • Côte et Bus CA Beaune Côte et Sud
  • DiviaMobilités Dijon Métropole
  • Evolity Pays de Montbéliard Agglomération
  • Intercom CA du Grand Sénonais
  • Leo CA de l'Auxerrois
  • monRéZO CU Creusot-Montceau
  • TRéMA CA Macônnais Beaujolais Agglomération
  • Zoom CA du Grand Chalon
  • Taneo CA de Nevers
  • Ginko CU Grand Besançon Métropole
  • Tallis CA Espace Communautaire Lons Agglomération
  • grandole mobilités CA du Grand Dole
  • Optymo CA de Grand Belfort
  • Moova CA de Vesoul

Transport networks in towns and rural areas

  • Ca roule CC du Grand Autunois Morvan
  • PLM Paray-le-Monial
  • Skibus CC de la Station des Rousses Haut-Jura
  • URBUS Saint-Claude
  • Navette gratuite CC des Lacs et Montagnes du Haut-Doubs
  • TCP Pontarlier
  • Transport Urbain Morteau
  • Decidela Decize
  • Papillon bus Cosne-sur-Loire, Cours et Villechaud
  • Luxeuil le Bus Luxeuil-les-Bains
  • Hériva CC Pays d'Héricourt
  • La p'tite navette Joigny
  • TAD CC Avallon Vézelay Morvan
  • Navette Urbaine Migennes 
  • Navette Urbaine Tonnerre

Key figures

  • 597,7 million euros for the Region's road and rail transport budget (operating and investment) in 2021.
  • 2600 km of rail lines in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté.
  • 1517287 trips made in 2021 throughout the region on regular lines.
  • +70 local transport services managed directly by the Region.
  • 6 stations equipped with individual bike racks (no subscription required: free access to be secured with your own lock).
  • 33 secure bike shelters in stations (subscription on viamobigo.fr).
  • 583 trains per day.
  • 2917 school routes and more than 125,000 pupils served.

Its aim : information in all areas, for all journeys

Passenger information, a route and fare calculator and ticket purchase. Routes, timetables, traffic information and all the maps of the region's networks at viamobigo.fr

 Image representing the ViaMobigo website, timetables and route search

Mobigo over the years


Adoption of a coherent plan for the deployment of publicly accessible electric charging points (SCIRVE) aimed at developing recharging infrastructures for electric vehicles (IRVE).


Roll-out of TER ticket sales on the Mobigo app.


Deployment of M-Ticket and harmonised ticketing on Mobigo interurban lines.


Loi d'Orientation de la Mobilité : all modes of transport taken into account, players reorganised with the Region in the lead. Single road fare of €1.50 for one journey and €40 for a monthly season ticket. Free school transport for the whole of France.


Grouping of inter-city, school and TER lines under the Mobigo information system.


In 7 of the 8 départements, the Region is now responsible for organising regular bus services and school transport.


Merger of the Regions.


NOTRe Act : transfer of certain powers from the départements to the regions.


Deployment of the car-sharing service.


Launch of the first public transport information website.


The first regional call centre is set up.


The Region becomes the Organising Authority for regional rail transport.