Roseraie metro station

  1. Discover the Roseraie station on the Toulouse Metro
  2. History and location
  3. What is the metro stop before and after Roseraie station?
    1. Jolimont station
    2. Roseraie station
    3. Argoulets station
  4. Architecture and Design
  5. Passenger numbers and services
  6. How do I get to Roseraie station on the Toulouse metro?
  7. Art in the Station
  8. Nearby
  9. Which line does Roseraie belong to?
  10. More information

Discover the Roseraie station on the Toulouse Metro

Welcome to the Roseraie station on the Toulouse metro, an architectural gem and a key point in the pink city's public transport network. Immerse yourself in the history, architecture, passenger services and works of art that make this station a must-see in the capital of Occitania.

History and location

Roseraie station, located in the eponymous district of Toulouse, opened on 20 December 2003 as part of the second section of metro line A. Since then, it has become a crucial crossing point for residents and visitors travelling to the north-east of the city. With its side platforms and single entrance, the station offers optimum accessibility for passengers.

What is the metro stop before and after Roseraie station?

Line A

Jolimont station

Address: Basso-Cambo


Roseraie station


Argoulets station

Address: Balma-Gramont

Architecture and Design

Designed by the architects Séquences Architectes, Roseraie station has a modern, functional architecture. Access from Place de la Roseraie is facilitated by a welcoming square, equipped with a lift, escalator and staircase.

Inside, passengers are greeted by automatic ticket machines and spacious side platforms for 52-metre four-car trains.

Passenger numbers and services

With over 2 million validations in 2016, Roseraie station is one of the busiest stations on line A. It provides regular service throughout the day, with departures from 5.15 a.m. until midnight on weekdays, and until 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

The station is also served by bus routes 19 and 36 in the Tisséo network, offering passengers optimum intermodality.

How do I get to Roseraie station on the Toulouse metro?



Art in the Station

The experience at Roseraie station is not just about travelling, it's also about immersing yourself in contemporary art. The work associated with the station, by artist Damien Cabanes, is a remarkable installation made up of light shafts pierced through the platforms.

These "fosses parallélépipédiques" catch the eye of passengers, creating a unique atmosphere in which light and shapes interact harmoniously.


As well as being a major transport hub, Roseraie station is surrounded by places of interest such as the Roseraie Library, Coll√®ge de Jolimont and Lyc√©e St√©phane-Hessel. What's more, its proximity to La Roseraie district town hall and V√©l√īToulouse station no. 178 makes it an essential focal point for the daily lives of the district's residents.

Which line does Roseraie belong to?

More information

Roseraie station on the Toulouse metro is much more than just a crossing point. It reflects the architectural ingenuity, cultural effervescence and urban vitality of the pink city. Whether it's for a daily commute or an artistic exploration, Roseraie station offers a unique experience to every passenger who steps onto its platforms.

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