Near the Oncopole and Paul Sabatier University, it is possible to see the Téléo tests. Indeed, Tisséo is currently carrying out a “blank run” of the cable car. The goal is to make the cabins circular without passengers, but in a commercial operating configuration in order to ensure the proper functioning of Téléo. This operation makes it possible to check the entire system in real conditions, to make the final adjustments and to check the correct application of the procedures linked to this new mode of transport.
On board the Télé cable car in preview
As the inauguration of Téléo approaches, Tisséo is setting up a draw to test, in preview, the First Toulouse cable car. To do this, simply register for the draw for the Toulouse transport network. Registration is open until May 4, 2022. The luckiest will be able to fly over the Garonne and admire a breathtaking view of Toulouse and the Pyrenees chain, aboard the most long urban cable car in France. The date of the inauguration of the Téléo cable car has not yet been communicated.
Improving service in Toulouse
Teleo will improve service to several centers of attraction in Toulouse major: the Paul-Sabatier University and its 30,000 students, the Rangueil hospital and the 200,000 annual consultations that are recurring there, as well as the Oncopole area and the 10,000 jobs it generates.
Users will thus be able to reach Paul-Sabatier University in 10 minutes from the Oncopole.
>> Registration for the raffle is done here.