Between 30th September and 2nd October, the SNCF will increase the number of the TER Alsace trains to make it easier for the many spectators to travel to each of the stages.
The French Motor Sports Federation and its Rally France-Alsace organization team are deeply involved in the respect of the environment, and are aiming to reduce the environmental impact of the 11th round of the 2011 World Rally Championship to the minimum.
To promote travel by efficient collective public transport to the different sites of this sporting event, the Alsatian region and the SNCF have come up with a plan to provide easier access to the special stages by TER.
Thanks to Alsa + 24 Hours and Alsa + ‘group journée’, travellers can now buy a single ticket for all public transport in Alsace.
Reflexe Alsace, 26-year-old-card and +, allow people to travel at a reduced price and benefit from a 70% reduction at the weekend.
For example: a person going from Colmar to Mulhouse by TER Alsace can then use the same ticket to go to the Mulhouse stage by tram.
These tickets are on sale in the stations, the SNCF boutiques and the regional ticket distributors.
Friday 30th September
The TER trains on the line Strasbourg – Molsheim – Sélestat will bring spectators to the Gertwiller and Goxwiller stations less than 200 metres from the Klévener stage with additional stops in these stations.
Saturday 1st October
The lines Strasbourg –Colmar – Mulhouse Bäle –Mulhouse Belfort – Mulhouse will put on extra trains for the super stage in Mulhouse.
Passengers coming from the Thur Valley can use the Kruth – Thann – Mulhouse line by combining train and train-tram.
Sunday 2nd October
A special TER timetable adapted to the programme of the day will be put in place with 40 extra trains in addition to the regular ones on the Strasbourg – Haguenau – Wissembourg – and Niederbronn-les-Bans – Haguenau lines.
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