Do you live in one of the 57 municipalities of Lannion-Trégor Communauté? Does your child go to school in a local establishment? Registration for school transport subscriptions is now open on the internet.
More than 3,600 students take the bus daily to go to a school in the Lannion-Trégor Community (LTC) territory. The Agglo manages around fifty school circuits and seven regular lines (A, B, C, D, E, F, and 30), except for the municipalities of Coatascorn, Caouënnec-Lanvézéac, Cavan, and Plougras, for which the transport lines schools depend on the Brittany Region. Any request to create a stop must be the subject of a letter addressed to the town hall of its municipality.
More expensive subscription after July 15th
Subscription registrations are now open for the start of the 2021-2022 school year and the tour schedules can be viewed on the LTC website (travel section, school transport). You have until July 15 to benefit from a subscription at the annual price of 116€. After this date, the subscription increases to 146€. The layout of the circuits and the number of coaches are sized according to the students subscribed before July 16, hence the importance of this date.
For users subscribed in 2020-2021, renewal is done from their personal space. People who cannot register online can do so via a paper form to be returned to LTC, Service transport et Mobilité, 1, rue Monge CS10761, 22307 Lannion Cedex.
Card sent in August
Reduced rates exist for alternating custody situations (upon proof) or from the third child.
Once registered, online or by mail, the subscription card will be sent during August. The subscription allows you to use all urban and interurban lines of LTC's Tilt network until August 31, 2022.
High visibility vest required
Since January 1, 2019, wearing a high-visibility vest from home to school is mandatory for LTC school transport users. Each pupil receives a reflective vest when they register for the first time and their entire schooling. In the event of loss, the user will have to buy a new vest (there is no "compulsory model").