How to travel around

Urban and suburban transport

Line timetables

Transport on demand


School transport

Disabled transport

Bus station



Discover the mobility offer set up on the territory of the Agglo. Territorial coverage, service dedicated to people with reduced mobility, prices... The CABUS network is adapted to the expectations of users.

The CABUS network is:
– 4 urban lines
– 9 Cabus suburban lines complementary to the Fluo Grand Est lines, offering fixed timetables but also “CABUS on demand”
– 9 Fluo Grand Est intercity lines
– 33 school circuits
– 60 vehicles circulate daily on the Cabus network during school term

Contact information

transport department
House of Housing and Urban Planning
99 rue du Marechal Foch
03 87 28 48 89

Bus at the bus station


Monday to Thursday from 8:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 13:30 p.m. to 17:00 p.m.
Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 13:30 p.m. to 16:30 p.m.

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Line timetables

Line 1: Beausoleil-Hospital morning
Line 1: Beausoleil-Hospital Midi
Line 1: Hospital-Beausoleil morning
Line 1: Hôpital-Beausoleil midi
Line 2: Beausoleil-La Blies
Line 2: La Blies-Beausoleil
Line 3: Blauberg-Folpersviller
Line 3: Folpersviller-Blauberg
Line 4: Beausoleil – Fulrad college

Line 6 (and Fluo line 93): Sarre Valley – Sarreguemines
Line 7: Siltzheim – Sarreguemines
Line 8A: Bliesbruck – Sarreguemines
Line 8B (and Fluo line 25, 85, 87, 88): Woelfling – Sarreguemines
Line 9: Rouhling – Grosbliederstroff – Sarreguemines
Line 10 (and Fluo line 140): Sarralbe – Sarreguemines
Line 11 – 125 (and Fluo line 121): Hilsprich-Sarreguemines
Line 12: Puttelange – Sarralbe
Line 24 (Fluo): Hundling – Sarreguemines
Line 129 (Fluo): Lixing – Grosbliederstroff – Sarreguemines
Line 129 (Fluo): express link Forbach-Sarreguemines

School circuits
Folpersviller school circuit – Fulrad college (SCO1)
Welferding primary school circuit (SCO2)
Welferding secondary school circuit (SCO2)
Route de Siltzheim school circuit – Jean Jaurès college (SCO3)

School circuit Blies-Ebersing/Blies-Schweyen (EBG00)
Diefenbach-Puttelange school circuit (EDP00)
Guébenhouse-Ernestviller school circuit (EGB00)
Remering-Hilsprich school circuit (EHR00)
School circuit Kirviller – Rech (EKV00)
School circuit Neufgrange – Siltzheim (ENE00)
Holving–Richeling School Circuit (ERI00)
School circuit Quartier Eich – Schuman School (ESR00)
South district school circuit – Schuman School (ESR01)
School circuit Hazembourg – Le Val-de-Guéblange (EVD00)
School circuit Wiesviller – Woelfling (EWW00)
School circuit Zetting – Rémelfing (EZT01)
School circuit Hilsprich – Puttelange (PT01)
School circuit Loupershouse – Puttelange (PT02)
School circuit Grundviller – Puttelange (PT04)
School circuit Saint-Jean-Rohrbach – Puttelange (PT06)
School circuit Heckenransbach – Puttelange (PT07)
School circuit Hambach – Sarreguemines (SG01)
Richeling – Sarreguemines school circuit (SG04)
Le Val-de-Guéblange – Sarreguemines school circuit (SG05)
School circuit Vittersbourg – Sarreguemines (SG06)
School circuit Sarralbe – Sarreguemines (SG07)
School circuit Sarralbe – Sarreguemines (SG13)
School circuit Willerwald – Sarreguemines (SG16)
School circuit hambach – Willerwald – Sarralbe (SR02)
School circuit SR03

School transport registration procedures

Procedure for registering for school transport – Nursery and Elementary
Procedure for registering for school transport – Colleges and High Schools

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Service on reservation

Heads on demand

This service operates only on the suburban lines of the CABUS network and is open to everyone. Stopping points and schedules are pre-established and only reserved stops are served. Please note that the times may be slightly different depending on the number of reservations recorded on the requested service.

The tickets giving access to the “CABUS on demand” service are:
– single or booklet tickets
– free circulation passes



You call us on 03 87 28 48 89, Monday to Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 13:30 p.m. to 16:00 p.m.
For a reservation for the next day, you must call the day before at the latest before 16 p.m.
For a race on Saturday and Monday: at the latest before 16 p.m. on Friday.
During your call, vYou must tell us the day(s) of travel, your ascent stop, the desired time and your destination stop. Don't forget to book your return!

During your trip

Meet at the agreed stop a few minutes before the booked time.
If you have reserved “CABUS on demand” transport and have an impediment, you must cancel your reservation!



A single price range to travel in the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community!

The tickets are valid on all lines of the CABUS network for travel within the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community (excluding Pass scolaire 1 round trip and Pass'Avenir TER). For journeys outside the Agglomeration Community, the Fluo Grand Est pricing applies from the stop of origin to the stop of destination (more information on ).

Bus at the bus station
Bus ticket

Do you travel occasionally?

– The single ticket at €0,90
– Booklet of 10 tickets at €6,00

These tickets are valid for an outward journey or a return journey (connection included).

Buses are free for children under 4 years old.

Do you travel regularly?

Semester Passes:

  • le Youth Pass semi-annual free circulation at €59,00. It is aimed at young people under 25 and allows free movement on the CABUS network (excluding TER lines) for one semester.
  • le Semester school pass 1 round trip at €44,00. It is intended for students who do not live in the town of Sarreguemines (high school students, middle school students) allows 1 outward and 1 return trip during the school period and only at the times of entry (before 8 a.m.) and exit (at 17 p.m.) from schools on morning and evening (at noon on Wednesdays) over a school semester.

Monthly free circulation Passes allow free circulation on the CABUS network (excluding TER lines). They are valid from the 1st to the last day of the month:

  • le Youth Pass at €13,00. Only in July and August. It is aimed at young people under the age of 25.
  • le Adult pass at €15,50. It is aimed at people aged 25 and over.
  • le Mobility pass at €11,00. It is aimed at the unemployed, beneficiaries of the RSA, disabled people holding a disability card (disability rate less than 80%) on presentation of valid proof.
  • le Pass'Avenir (TER), at €8,80. It is aimed at secondary school students under the age of 21 and apprentices for their travel between their home and their place of study.

The annual Mobility Pass allows free movement on the entire CABUS network (excluding TER lines). It is intended only for residents of the Agglomeration Community who fulfill one of the following conditions:

  • people over 65
  • disabled persons holding a disability card with a rate of at least 80%.

Where do you get the tickets?

  • Le single ticket : only with drivers of the regular lines of the Cabus network.
  • Le booklet of 10 tickets : with drivers of regular lines, at the bus station, at the transport service of the Community of Agglomeration.
  • The Semester passes for schoolchildren : meeting on
  • The Free movement pass not intended for schoolchildren are to be collected exclusively from the Transport Department of the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community. A subscription card will be issued to you upon presentation:
    – a photo ID
    – an identity document
    – proof for Pass Mobilité (disability card, valid proof for the unemployed and beneficiaries of the RSA).
    Payment must be made at the time of establishment of your subscription in cash, by check or credit card.
    For elderly people (over 65) in suburban municipalities, the annual Mobility Pass can be obtained from the town hall of the municipality of residence.
  • The Pass'Avenir (TER) can be withdrawn directly from Sarreguemines SNCF station.
How to register

School transport

For registrations for school transport in the Cabus network and the purchase of semester subscriptions, go to To facilitate your steps, the Agglo offers you to buy these subscriptions online.

School transportation

To book transportation

You must contact the operator, the AVS Vilhem/Massing group on 03 87 95 12 12.
PMR service prices:
- 2,20 € for a single ticket
- 18,30 € for a booklet of 10 tickets

special duty

Transport for Persons with Reduced Mobility (PRM)

The Agglo is committed to improving the accessibility of the CABUS network to Persons with Reduced Mobility (PRM).
It offers solutions such as adapted buses on urban lines. In fact, all the buses of the urban transport authority are equipped with an access ramp and an interior layout allowing the transport of a person in a wheelchair. Raised platforms at stops (for example at the Robert-Pax hospital) facilitate bus access for people with reduced mobility.

For people whose travel difficulties no longer allow access to the classic CABUS network, there is a specialized door-to-door transport service by reservation.
To be able to use this adapted service, you must first submit a registration file including:
– an information sheet (available in download here)
– a medical certificate establishing the link between the person's state of health and their mobility problems. This certificate must be placed in a sealed envelope for the attention of the doctor of the TPMR access commission. The file must be sent or submitted to the Community of Agglomeration – Transport department.

Departure and Terminus

Bus station

The Sarreguemines bus station is an essential piece of equipment in the Cabus transport network.
It is the departure and the terminus of the majority of the regular lines organized by the Agglomeration Community or the Grand Est Region.
Equipped with 16 platforms that meet standards for people with reduced mobility, the bus station is part of the Multimodal Exchange Center developed in 2015 in cooperation with the City of Sarreguemines and the SNCF. Since that date, it has been operated directly by the Agglomeration Community.
The Cabus buses assigned to the main lines of the City of Sarreguemines also serve this central connection node and offer users solutions for getting to the industrial and commercial areas and the Robert-Pax hospital, in particular.
The Sarreguemines bus station is therefore at the heart of community travel.

Bus station

A large flow of users and schoolchildren pass through the bus station every day, where connections between lines are also made, allowing students in particular to reach their establishments.
During the school term, there are thus 160 vehicle departures per day.

Contact information

Bus station
7 station square
03 87 98 28 98

For carriers wishing to operate a freely organized service (long distance line):