Two-line "Y"-shaped network, serving 49 stops. The first section of Line A (9·5 km, 19 stops) opened in July 2006, and was extended west to Denain in August 2007 (9 stops), bringing line T1 to 18·3 km. On 24 February 2014, a second route began operation: sharing the southern leg ...

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