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Creating links to BreizhGo

How to embed the BreizhGo journey planner into your own website

Click the 'Embed the BreizhGo journey planner into your website' link on the homepage to download the route search module provided by BreizhGo's partners.

In just a few clicks, this solution can be embedded directly into your website so that you can offer a customisable journey planning service that uses the BreizhGo multimodal information system database.

This service lets you:

  • Offer a complete service based on a recognised, user-friendly, functional solution. 
  • Increase traffic to your website.
  • Participate in the promotion of the brand.
  • Successfully embed the graphics. 

Creating links to the website

The BreizhGo website authorises the use of hyperlinks that point to its pages, on the following conditions:

  • deep linking must not be used, that is, the pages must not be contained within the pages of another site but must be visible by opening a new window,
  • the source that uses a hyperlink to point directly to the desired content must be specified.

The information on the BreizhGo site may only be used for personal, educational, associative, or professional purposes. Any use whatsoever for commercial or advertising purposes is forbidden.

User account FAQs

How to create an account and why?

With an account, you can:

  • save your favourite addresses and/or stops, making future searches easier
  • create alerts for your preferred journeys and be informed in the event of disruptions

To create your account, go to the 'Log in' section at the top of the page and enter your email address, your password, and other required information. Don't forget to tick the box 'I have read and accept the terms and conditions for using the site' before confirming.

You will receive an email to activate your account.

Traffic info FAQs

How can I get traffic forecasts?

In the 'Traffic Info' section, you can view information about any expected disruptions across all BreizhGo partner networks.

Select your desired network and/or date to learn of any traffic conditions which may affect your travel plans.
The information displayed on BreizhGo is not updated in real time. It only concerns those disruptions forecast at least 48h beforehand.

Traffic forecast information is displayed in the route or timetable search results when disruptions are expected or known.

It is also possible to subscribe to traffic alerts.

How can I create a traffic alert?

Log into your account, then perform a route or timetable search.
On the route directions, click on the 'Create an alert' pictograph.

Select the types of days and the periods to monitor, then confirm.

You will then be informed by email if there are traffic disruptions on the selected stops or lines

Timetable search FAQs

How can I get the timetable for a stop?

In the 'Timetables' section and in the 'Timetable at a stop' search box, specify the city or town and the name of the stop for which you would like to see the service timetable. You can also specify a date and time in your search. By default, the search will be carried out for the present day.

Searching for time between two stops is done according to the same procedure in the 'Time between two stops' search box.

If you do not specify a stop, BreizhGo will suggest the list of stops available in the city or town.

How can I get a line timetable?

In the 'Timetables' section and the 'Line timetable' search box, select the network, line, and direction.

You can also select a date. By default, the search will be carried for the present day.

Nearby search FAQs

How can I find out which stops are near an address?

How can I find out which stops and points of interest are located near an address?

In the "Nearby" section, you can enter an address or stop and a search radius (400 metres, 800 metres, 2 km, 10 km) to find out which public transport stops or points of interest are nearby.

BreizhGo also lets you display the services near an address or stop by selecting the categories you are interested in (mobility and transport services, public services, culture and tourism, sports and leisure).

BreizhGo displays the stops and services nearest to the address.

For each stop, you can view which lines serve it and the timetables. You can also choose it as a point of departure or arrival for a journey search or save it as a favourite.

Route search FAQs

How can I plan my journey?

In the search box on the home page, enter a point of departure by specifying the town, station or stop, point of interest and/or address, then enter the same information for the point of arrival.

Next, select the desired date of departure. Today's date is indicated by default. Then enter the desired time of departure or of arrival.

If needed, you can change the 'Modes of transport' options by selecting or deselecting them. By default, all modes of public transport are selected.

In all cases, BreizhGo searches for the journeys that leave or arrive around the requested time (before and after) and it suggests different options (the fastest route, the route with the fewest changes, etc.).

Do I have to select or deselect a mode of transport?

By default, all modes of public transport are included in the route calculation, but personal modes of transport (bike and car) are not.

For more specific needs (e.g. accessibility requirements or personal preference), you can opt to deselect one or more modes of transport. Please note that in this case, not all possible routes will be suggested.

Understanding the results suggested

  • BreizhGo automatically suggests 1 to 5 solutions for your query with options such as earliest arrival, number of changes, or walking distance. These suggested routes take into account your travel preferences and your requirements.
  • You can view the various routes on the map by hovering your mouse over each suggested route.
  • The duration of the route, the time of departure, and the time of arrival are displayed for each journey.
  • The pictographs represent the different modes of transport (bus, train, etc.) that you will need to use during your journey. The diagram of the journey shows which modes of transport will be used and when, with the size of each section being proportional to time spent.
  • Click on the solution you wish to see for detailed route and directions.

You can change your travel preferences at any time by clicking on the 'Edit' link at the top of the page.

Which geographical area is covered?

Journey and timetable searches are possible across 19 transport networks in Brittany as well as on the entire SNCF network.

  • The regional rail and bus network,
  • The departmental networks of Côtes d'Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine, and Morbihan,
  • The urban networks of Rennes Métropole, Brest Métropole Océane, Quimper Community, Lorient Agglomeration, Vannes Agglomeration, Saint-Malo Agglomeration, Saint-Brieuc Agglomeration, Lannion Trégor Community, Morlaix Community, Lamballe Community, the Quimperlé Community of Communes, Concarneau Cornouaille Agglomeration, Landerneau, Douarnenez, Auray, Pontivy, and Belle-Île-en-Mer.

To see which transport networks are on BreizhGo, view the Partner networks section.

What can I enter as a point of departure or arrival?

BreizhGo enables you to find routes that leave from or go to:

  • an address located in the region of Brittany.
  • a city or town (everywhere in France)
  • a station or stop served by one of the BreizhGo site's partner networks in Brittany or outside of Brittany (for train stations).
  • a point of interest (town hall, prefecture, school, etc.).

To improve results, we recommend entering two items of information on your point of departure or arrival: one the one hand, a city or a town, and, on the other hand, an address, a station or a stop, or a point of interest.

If, however, only the name of the city or town is provided as a point of departure and/or arrival, BreizhGo will suggest a route from and/or to a main stop.

Understanding walking and cycling routes

The calculated distance of your journey indicates that some or all of it may be undertaken on foot or by bike. This journey time is an estimation only. BreizhGo does not have complete knowledge of all cycle lanes and tracks or of any difficulties you may encounter on the way.

How is the CO2 equivalent calculated?

BreizhGo journey planner indicates the CO2 emissions for your journey, thus enabling you to be aware of the environmental impact of your journey.
The calculation of CO2 production is carried out in relation to distances travelled and using average ratios for CO2 production specific to each mode of transport (TGV train: 2.5 gCDE*/km, Train: 37.4 gCDE/km, Tram 61.3 gCDE/km, Bus: 101.7 gCDE/km, Coach: 101.7 gCDE/km, Busway: 105.3 gCDE/km, Minibus: 128.1 gCDE/km, Car: 183.5 gCDE/km, Airplane: 311.9 gCDE/km)

On the site, values are expressed in CO2 grams rather than in CDE. These ratios are supplied by ADEME (France's Environment and Energy Management Agency).

CDE: Carbon Dioxide Equivalent