Public transport

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How to get between Marseille and Aix-en-Provence ?

The shuttle bus " Le CAR " N° 50 runs every day and provides a regular link between Marseille and Aix-en-Provence.
Schedules : Departure from 05h45 to 00h00 (every 5 min. in rush hours).
Fares :

  • 7 € one way
  • 2 € with the young people's pass under 26 years old (accessible only on presentation of a La Métropole transport card)

The creation of the La Métropole transport card

Allow some time upon your arrival to create your regional transport card, which will allow you to access cheaper fares and/or certain online services.
The creation of the card, as well as its recharging, can be done in the sales points of the metropolis.

The creation of the card is free. You will be asked to fill out a form, show proof of identity and provide a photo ID .

Please note: The card alone does not allow you to travel, it must be "loaded" with a ticket.
To benefit from the "Jeunes - 26 ans" profile, you must be under 26 years old, present a valid ID to prove your date of birth and a photo when you create your card.

How to get to your component in Aix-en-Provence: the "Aix en bus" network

The various campuses and component sites in Aix-en-Provence are served by the Aix-en-Bus network at the following stops:

Components Bus line Stop
ALLSH A Schuman
FDSP A Faculties
FEG 8 and M2 Puget / Parc Jourdan
Montperrin site 4 and 10 Roumanille
IEP Diabline A -
IUT 9 and A Coton Rouge or Fenouillère
IMPGT Diabline A -
MMSH 8 Pablo Picasso

Schedules: most bus lines stop at 10:00 pm. Find all the information on theAix-en-Bus website.

Fares :

  • Ticket 1 Trip: 1,20 €.
  • To be bought on board the vehicle, payment in cash only with the extra money or on the automatic machines.
  • Ticket 10 trips : 9,10 € or monthly subscription 28€.
    To be purchased at thesales office (300, avenue Giuseppe Verdi, Aix-en-Provence), at the depositories or on the automatic distributors.
  • Student subscription under 26 years old : 100 €/year
    To be purchased at thesales office (300, avenue Giuseppe Verdi, Aix-en-Provence) or at the bus station

Consult here the map of the Aix-en-bus network

How to get to your component in Marseille: the RTM

The RTM network serves the city very well with buses, subways and tramways.

Schedules : metro services stop during the week at 10:30 pm, and from Friday to Sunday night, at 0:30 am. There are bus services at night.


  • 1 trip ticket: €1.70
  • Monthly pass for those under 26 years old: 18,30 €.
  • Annual subscription for students under 26 years old: 220€.

Find all the fares on the RTM website.

Points of sale :
Metro stations: Castellane / St Charles / Vieux-Port / Noailles / Gèze / La Rose / Ste Marguerite / Bourse

Consult here the RTM network map

Access to the main campuses of Marseille

Campus Metro line Stop
Saint Charles site Line 1 Station St-Charles
Site Saint Jérôme (ETOILE) Line 1 Malpassé station then bus n°B3A - Saint Jérôme stop
Château-Gombert site (ETOILE) Line 1 Station la Rose then bus n°B3B - Stop Polytech Marseille
Luminy Line 2 Dromel station then bus n° 24B or Castellane metro station or Rond-Point du Prado and bus 21
Timone Line 1 Timone station

Getting to your component by bike

Aix-en-Provence and Marseille have a self-service bicycle system that allows you to borrow a bicycle in one part of the city and drop it off in another.
Different subscription formulas exist. For more information, visit the Metropole Mobility page.

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