The Toulouse tramway (French: Tramway de Toulouse) is a two-line tram system in Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées, France, and operates from Toulouse to the suburb of Beauzelle, passing through Blagnac. The Line T1 tramway serves 24 stations, and runs over of a route that is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) long. Including the three-station, 2.4-kilometre (1.5 mi) branch line of Line T2 which opened in April 2015, the entire Toulouse tramway serves 27 stations.
Line T1 originally served 18 stations, and ran over of a route that is 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) long. It was originally planned that the Line T1 tramway would open on 27 November 2010, but industrial action delayed the opening to December 2010.
An extension of Tram Line T1 of almost four kilometers from the original southern terminus at Arènes to Garonne and Palais de Justice, allowing direct transfer between the tram and Toulouse Metro Line B, has been open in December 2013.
Tram at Palais de Justice station, east terminus of line T1 and T2.
Line T2 was originally a 2,4 km branch of line T1 called Line Envol (literally Takeoff) running from Jean Maga roundabout, between stations Ancely and Servanty-Airbus, to the Airport. But before its opening, it was finally commercially dissociate from line T1 and opened on 11 April 2015.
The line is the same as line T1 between Palais de Justice and Ancely, then it go to the Airport with 2 new stations between, Nadot and Daurat.
The Airport station, north terminus of line T2.
By the opening of third line of Toulouse Metro in 2025, line T2 will become the Aéroport Express (Airport Express) line between a new Jean Maga station and Airport only.