TER Grand Est

TER Grand Est is the regional rail network serving the region of Grand Est, northeastern France. It is operated by the French national railway company SNCF. It was formed in 2016 from the previous TER networks TER Alsace, TER Lorraine and TER Champagne-Ardenne, when the respective regions were merged.

NetworkEdit

The rail and bus network as of August 2017:[1]

RailEdit

Line Route
A 01 Strasbourg - Sélestat - Colmar - Mulhouse - Saint-Louis - Basel SBB/SNCF (Switzerland)
A 02 Strasbourg ... Sélestat ... Colmar ... Mulhouse
A 03 Strasbourg ... Mommenheim ... Saverne ... Sarrebourg
A 05 (A 04) Strasbourg ... Haguenau ... Niederbronn
A 06 (L 20, L 31) Strasbourg ... Obermodern ... Sarreguemines ... Saarbrücken (Germany)
A 07 (A 18) Strasbourg ... Molsheim ... Barr ... Sélestat
A 08 Strasbourg ... Molsheim ... Saales ... Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
A 09 Strasbourg ... Herrlisheim ... Lauterbourg
A 10 Lauterbourg ... Wörth am Rhein (Germany)
A 11 Strasbourg - Krimmeri-Meinau - Kehl (Germany) - Appenweier - Offenburg
A 13 Strasbourg - Saverne - Sarrebourg - Nancy
A 14 (L 21) Strasbourg - Saverne - Sarrebourg - Metz
A 15 Mulhouse ... Saint-Louis ... Basel SBB/SNCF (Switzerland)
A 16 Mulhouse ... Altkirch ... Belfort
A 17 Mulhouse ... Cernay ... Thann ... Kruth
A 19 Colmar ... Turckheim ... Munster ... Metzeral
A 31 Mulhouse ... Müllheim (Germany) ... Freiburg
A 34 (A 04) Strasbourg ... Haguenau ... Wissembourg
C 01 Champagne-Ardenne TGV - Reims ... Rethel ... Charleville-Mézières - Sedan
C 02 Paris-Est - Château-Thierry - Dormans - Épernay - Châlons-en-Champagne - Vitry-le-François - Saint-Dizier
C 03 Longueville ... Troyes - Vendeuvre - Bar-sur-Aube - Chaumont - Langres - Culmont-Chalindrey
C 05 Aulnoye-Aymeries ... Hirson ... Charleville-Mézières
C 06 Reims ... Mourmelon-le-Petit ... Châlons-en-Champagne ... Saint-Dizier ... Chaumont ... Culmont-Chalindrey ... Dijon
C 07 Givet ... Revin ... Charleville-Mézières
C 08 Charleville-Mézières ... Sedan ... Montmédy - Longuyon ... Thionville
C 09 Épernay ... Reims
C 10 Laon ... Reims
C 11 Fismes ... Reims
L 01 Nancy ... Pont-à-Mousson ... Metz ... Thionville ... Luxembourg
L 02 Metz - Thionville ... Apach ... Trier
L 04 Nancy ... Blainville-Damelevières ... Épinal ... Remiremont
L 05 Épinal ... Lure ... Belfort
L 06 Nancy ... Pont-Saint-Vincent
L 07 Nancy ... Toul - Neufchâteau
L 11 (L 12) Nancy ... Blainville-Damelevières ... Lunéville ... Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
L 13 Épinal ... Bruyères ... Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
L 15[2] Metz - Rémilly ... Forbach - Saarbrücken
L 16 Béning ... Sarreguemines
L 18 Sarreguemines ... Sarralbe ... Sarre-Union
L 25 Nancy - Pont-à-Mousson - Onville - Conflans-Jarny - Baroncourt - Longuyon - Longwy
L 26 Longwy - Luxembourg
L 27 Metz - Hagondange† - Hayange - Audun-le-Roman - Longuyon - Sedan - Charleville-Mézières
L 28 Metz - Onville ... Bar-le-Duc
L 29 (C 04) Nancy ... Toul ... Bar-le-Duc - Revigny ... Châlons-en-Champagne - Épernay - Reims
L 30 Metz ... Hagondange ... Conflans-Jarny ... Verdun
† Not all trains call at this station

BusEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ TER Grand Est, Fiches horaires, accessed 23 August 2017.
  2. ^ "TER Grand-Est - Fiches horaires de vos lignes à télécharger". www.ter.sncf.com. Retrieved 2019-12-09.

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