Diderot station on line 3. -
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Travelers must be vigilant.
Due to maintenance work on the tracks, tram line 3 of the Semitan network has been cut from this Monday between the Pirmil station (Rezé) and the Neustrie terminus (Bouguenais).
That is to say no less than nine disrupted stations.
Return to normal on Monday, November 2.
Service on the line is maintained by relay buses.
The stops are not, however, exactly in the same place.
Hours can also vary.
The frequency will be around 5 minutes at peak times.
The objective of the operations is to renew around 500 m of rails near the Château de Rezé station.
These are worn down by the weight of the years and the daily passage of around forty trams.
La Semitan is taking advantage of the holidays, and the drop in attendance that goes with it, to start the work.
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