Trois Cocus metro station

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  1. Discover Trois-Cocus: Toulouse's iconic metro station
  2. Location and accessibility
  3. What is the previous stop and the next stop?
    1. Borderouge station
    2. Trois Cocus station
    3. La Vache station
  4. A history rooted in modernity
  5. How to get to Trois Cocus station on the Toulouse metro?
  6. Art at the heart of Trois-Cocus
  7. Intermodality and proximity
  8. Which line does Trois Cocus station belong to?
  9. More information

Discover Trois-Cocus: Toulouse's iconic metro station

Welcome to Trois-Cocus, a metro station that embodies both the effervescence of the city of Toulouse and the modernity of its public transport system. Located in the district of the same name, Trois-Cocus is much more than just a stopover on your journey, it's an experience in its own right, combining art, history and practicality.

Location and accessibility

Trois-Cocus station nestles in the district of the same name, to the north of the Pink City. Accessible from the Chemin des Izards, it is perfectly integrated into its urban environment. With its automatic ticket machines and well-designed facilities, it offers optimum accessibility for all passengers, including people with reduced mobility.

What is the previous stop and the next stop?

Line B

Borderouge station

Address: Borderouge

Anterior
Previous

Trois Cocus station

Posterior
Next

La Vache station

Address: Ramonville

A history rooted in modernity

Inaugurated with great fanfare in 2007, Trois-Cocus is an integral part of line B of the Toulouse metro. Its architecture, by Puig & Pujol, reflects a contemporary design that blends harmoniously with its surroundings. Since its opening, it has evolved to meet the growing needs of users, notably by increasing its capacity to accommodate the constant rise in passenger numbers.

Services

Trois-Cocus is more than just a transit point; it also offers a wide range of services to make your journey pleasant and convenient. From fluid turnstiles to well-maintained staircases, everything is designed to make your journey easier. What's more, with regular departures from 5.15am until midnight on weekdays (and until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays), it adapts to your schedule, whatever time you travel.

How to get to Trois Cocus station on the Toulouse metro?

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Art at the heart of Trois-Cocus

What really sets Trois-Cocus apart is its commitment to art and culture. In partnership with local artists and renowned design agencies, the station is much more than just a place of transit. Works by Pierrick Sorin in the public areas bring the space to life and invite passengers to enjoy a unique sensory experience. What's more, the lift cabins, designed by the KLD-Design agency and the artist Chat Maigre, add a touch of originality and creativity to your journey.

Intermodality and proximity

Station Trois-Cocus is not just a metro station, it's also a crossroads for mobility. Served by lines 41 and 60 of the Tiss√©o network, you can easily reach other destinations in the city. What's more, its proximity to V√©l√īToulouse station 244 offers an environmentally-friendly and practical alternative for exploring Toulouse at your own pace.

Which line does Trois Cocus station belong to?

More information

Trois-Cocus is more than just a metro station; it's a true symbol of innovation and the cultural richness of Toulouse. By combining accessibility, quality services and artistic commitment, it offers an unrivalled travel experience to all those lucky enough to discover it.

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