Strasbourg has the largest tramway system in France and is the most bike-friendly French city! It's easy to get to class without getting up too early. If you'd like to zip around on a bike, opt for a Vélhop pass at a price that'll fit your budget.

Low Emission Mobility Zone (ZFE-m)

As of January 1, 2024, vehicles equipped with Crit’Air category 4 stickers are no longer allowed to circulate within the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg.

This restriction is part of the Low Emission Mobility Zone (ZFE-m), which came into effect in 2022 under the Climate and Resilience Law, aiming to gradually improve air quality in the region.

To support this transition, financial assistance is provided by both the State and the Grand Est Region. Whether you are considering a shift in mobility or a change of vehicle, you can seek personalized mobility advice from the Climate Agency at 03 69 24 82 82 (available Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5:30 pm and on Saturdays until 12 pm), or through their website.

For more information on the ZFE-m and a practical guide, you can visit

If you need to order your Crit’Air sticker, you can do so on the official State website.




(CTS), the Strasbourg public transport authority, meets your mobility needs in the Strasbourg area, with its:

  • 65 km of lines- 6 tram lines
  • 30 city bus lines
  • 1 bus rapid transit line (BRT)
  • 3 night lines: N1, N2, N3
  • 1 line to Kehl (Germany)
  • 1 pass: the Badgéo smart card or the Pass Campus, your key to the CTS system
  • Flex'hop : on-demand transportation service from CTS 

Possibility with a CTS subscription to combine several modes of transport (e.g. access to the TER lines running within the perimeter of the Strasbourg Eurometropolis without extra cost!). 

It is permitted to board the tram with an unfolded scooter or bicycle under certain conditions. Find all the instructions here.

enlightenedFind an object in an CTS vehicle 

If you lose or forget an object in one of the vehicles of the CTS network (bus and tram), you can make a declaration here to increase your chances of finding it.


  • Price for under 18s

From 1 September 2021, under-18s living in the Strasbourg Eurometropolis can travel free of charge and with unlimited travel on the entire CTS bus and tram network thanks to a €0 pass. All the details are available by clicking here

  • Solidarity pricing

The Eurometropolis of Strasbourg has decided to implement solidarity pricing. This consists of providing discounts on the cost of the monthly pass, based on your age and Family Quotient tax rate:


With over 600 km of cycle paths and facilities in Strasbourg, cycling is a mode of transportation in its own right, all over the city!

Look at the map of bike paths in Strasbourg and the Eurometropolis on StrasMap. 


The Eurometropolis of Strasbourg offers Vélhop, a simple and convenient bike-share system for all of your daily trips. Discounts are available for young people and students.

Special rates are available for young people and students: from 48 euros for the school year

More information here

Riding safely

enlightenedThe Highway Code also applies to cycling. It is better to know and respect them for your safety too. In addition, failure to use proper lighting, riding on a pavement or holding your phone while riding are all considered offences, which can result in fines of up to €135!
Advice, traffic rules (signs, lanes and zones to be respected), amount of the fine per offence... more info



  • Association CADR 67 promotes using all kinds of bicycles as a means of transportation in various ways: e.g. through pre-owned bike sales, bike marking, etc.
  • Vélostation, is a workshop fully dedicated to teaching bicycle maintenance and repair.
  • Association Bretz'selle promotes cycling through a wide variety of actions: teaching mechanics, running equipped workshops open to cyclists, where you repair your own bike, putting to good use unused bikes and organizing bike-themed fests, all year long.
  • Vélos-trouvés, (Lost & Found Bikes) is a website of the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg that posts photographs online of bicycles found by the police. If you identify a bike that belongs to you, contact the police station.
  • Emmaüs is a platformwhere you can buy a used bike all year long or during special sales.


Le PassMobilité ( or the mobility pass) gives you access to all of the mobility solutions of the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg. It is a pass that combines 4 modes of transport, depending on your needs (tram, bus, Vélhop bike sharing and Citiz car sharing).


StrasApp accompanies you in your daily life to offer you a simple access to all the services of the City and the Eurometropole in real time!

This map application of the City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg will make it easier for you to get around the agglomeration and gives you information in real time. StrasApp is dedicated to mobile phones (Android and iOS), but also exists in web version.


Citiz is easy to use! Simply book and get secure access to a car, even in the middle of the night.
Click here to visit the website of the Citiz car-sharing service.

Yea! is the self-service car-sharing system without stations or reservations, offered by Citiz Alsace.
Visit the page of the yea! system.


At the crossroads of the rail lines between Paris and Munich and between Frankfurt and Marseille, Strasbourg truly is a high-speed train hub.

Consult the website of the SNCF to discover the many destinations of the eastern TGV and Rhine-Rhone TGV lines.
To get around the local area, you can also opt for the regional express train system (TER), with offers and special fares.


The resident parking system enables you to park your vehicle at a preferential rate in paid parking areas. Consult the page on resident parking.


Since September 2013, the CTS has been running three special bus lines so you can get around at night.The N1, N2 and N3 night bus lines run from 11:30 pm to 5:30 am every Thursday, Friday and Saturday (including holidays) and serve Strasbourg's popular nightlife spots.

 Find out more about night bus lines on the CTS page.