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TIM - Morbihan Department

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The TIM network links the main towns of Morbihan with one another, with the SNCF train stations, and with Vannes and Lorient agglomerations via 2 main lines devoted to tourism: Auray-Carnac-Quiberon (Belle-Île) and Vannes-Port Navalo (Rhuys peninsula). Pricing is simple and reasonable: €2 per ticket, €15 for a 10-journey pass.

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Morbihan Department

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The Department takes action every day for Morbihan residents and businesses in a multitude of ways, such as: - solidarity and social cohesion, - urban land-use planning - supporting the economy and employment, - supporting the environment. In terms of travel, CG56 supports: - departmental roads, - sea crossings to the islands, - the bike plan, - carpooling, - school transport (except for Vannes and Lorient agglomerations), and - interurban transport for travellers or TIM network. The TIM network managed by the General Council supplements the main TGV and TER network as well as the bus network in the Vannes (Kicéo) and Lorient (CTRL) areas to provide consistent service to the Morbihan department.