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Illenoo - Ille-et-Vilaine Department

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Illenoo, the interurban network for the Ille-et-Vilaine department, comprises 29 coach lines covering 134 municipalities and is run and funded by the department's General Council.
Its goal is to promote transport by coach as a workable alternative to driving, by providing an affordable travel solution.
The Illenoo network transports 18,000 passengers each day.
Enjoy the advantages of travelling by public transport from your municipality:
- more eco-friendly: up to three times fewer CO2 emissions per year*
- more affordable: save up to €1,300 per year*
- less stressful, more relaxing, more comfortable, safer... sit back and let someone else transport you from A to B!
* Comparison based on a daily return journey vs. driving a personal vehicle. If you are an employee, French law your employer pays 50% of your public transport subscription as part of a transport allowance.
Do you need to get to the Rennes metropolitan area using the STAR metro or bus network? Get your weekly or monthly subscription at any of the Illenoo points of sale (find the list on
The timetable for your line is available at your town hall, a Illenoo point of sale close to you, at the Rennes, Fougères and St-Malo train stations, and on

Contact us

  • Transport service of General Council 35 :

    0 810 35 10 35 (€0.05/min + cost of a local call)

Ille-et-Vilaine Department

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The department is required by law to manage public transport for people, except in urban areas that have their own networks (Rennes Métropole, Saint-Malo Agglomeration, Vitré Communauté, and Fougères/Javené/Lécousse). In terms of transport, the department wishes to improve the image of coaches and hopes they will become an alternative to driving for working people and students. It also intends to develop public transport by improving the Illenoo network and interconnections, and by developing local networks, carpooling, and cycle lanes.  To this end, the department spends €20 million each year.