TER Franche-Comté

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Train Express Régional SNCF

TER Franche-Comté is the regional rail network serving the Franche-Comté région, France.

Since the convention signed in 2002 for a duration of 5 years, between Jean-François Humbert, then president of the Regional council of Franche-Comté and Noël Belin, then regional director of the SNCF, the regional council of Franche-Comté is the organising authority of regional transports. A new agreement, signed on 21 December 2006, by Raymond Forni, president of the Conseil Régional de Franche-Comté and Josiane Beaud, regional directeur of the SNCF, en présence d'Anne-Marie Idrac, présidente of the SNCF, from 2007–2012.

TER railway connections[edit]

Viaduct near Morez
Line Route Frequency Notes
1 Dijon ... Dole ... Besançon-Viotte
2 Besançon-Viotte ... Montbéliard ... Belfort
3 Besançon-Viotte ... Mouchard ... Lons-le-Saunier ... Bourg-en-Bresse
4 Dole ... Mouchard ... Frasne ... Pontarlier
5 Besançon-Viotte/Dole ... Mouchard ... Champagnole ... Morez ... Saint-Claude
8 Vesoul - Lure ... Belfort
9 Nancy ... Épinal ... Lure ... Belfort (see TER Lorraine line 5 for details)
10 Besançon-Viotte ... Valdahon ... Morteau ... La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland)
† Not all trains call at this station

Rolling stock[edit]

Multiple units[edit]

Locomotives[edit]

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