Société de Transports de l'Agglomération Stéphanoise

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Société de Transports de l'Agglomération Stéphanoise
STAS - logo.png
Parent Veolia Transport
Founded 2000
Headquarters Saint-Priest-en-Jarez
Locale Saint-Étienne
Service area  France
Service type Urban bus service, trolleybus, tramway
Destinations Firminy, Saint-Priest-en-Jarez, Saint-Jean-Bonnefonds
Operator Veolia

Société de Transports de l'Agglomération Stéphanoise, or STAS operates a public transport network and infrastructure in and around Saint-Étienne. Its responsibility is to provide tramway, trolleybus and bus service in the fifteen communes of the Saint-Étienne agglomeration:

Company structure[edit]

An articulated bus at the semi-terminus at La Terrasse.

The company's official name, although not used is the TPAS and is a Société Anonyme with a capital of 154 000 euros. Its main shareholder, Veolia Transport is the parent company. STAS was created on 1 April 2000.


Transpôle dépot.

STAS maintains its rolling stock from three sites:

and is also responsible for sites throughout the Saint-Étienne:


The STAS providing a diverse array of service possesses a diverse fleet, of which includes:





  • Vélivert bike sharing program with 400 long term renting and 300 short term renting bicycles.

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