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Val-de-Vesle station is located at the exit of the village, 15 rue de la Liberation, going towards Pontfaverger.


There is no ticket machine at the station. You must be in possession of a valid pass before boarding the train.



School bus timetables are available on the Grand Reims website:

Or, consult the timetables of the school of Val-de-Vesle and the college of Verzy:

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The 2 charging stations for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles are available on Place René Viellard (parking lot in front of the Town Hall).


In the event of a problem with a terminal, contact assistance on 0800 37 37 40 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


To simplify the use of the terminals, the SIEM recommends that you download the VIRTA application, available on Google play and the App Store >>


To recharge, 4 possibilities:

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How to subscribe:

You must register on the SPL MODULO website:


You will thus benefit from the advantages of the subscription such as: accessibility to a network of charging points, preferential rates, 24/7 customer service, location of the nearest charging point, a customer area staff, etc.

Contact them:


12-14 rue Blaise Pascal - BP 51314

370013 TOWERS Cedex

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School bus timetables are available on the Grand Reims website:

For example :

Carpooling twice a week = Around €1,500 saved per year (for a 30km trip)


The city of Epernay, the Pays d'Epernay Terres de Champagne and the Regional Natural Park of the Montagne de Reims (PNRMR) were the winners, through a joint application, to the call for projects of the Ministry of the Environment: Territory Energy Positive for Green Growth (TEPCV)*.


The PNR is the bearer of action n°35 aiming to supply and install signage for 40 carpooling areas on the territory*. This action was thus financed up to 80% by the State via TEPCV and 20% by the PNRMR. The agglomeration of Epernay, the CCPC and the CCGVM contributed financially to the launch of this operation.


*Territories: PNR, Grand Reims, CCGVM, CCPC, PETR of Epernay and Agglo of Epernay.

**As a reminder, a positive energy territory for green growth (TEPCV) is a territory of excellence in energy and ecological transition.


Distribution of the 40 carpooling areas:

They are installed near major roads (crossroads of national roads or departmental roads with heavy traffic) and in secure and identified areas (parking lots in village halls, town halls, etc.).


Also, in order to limit the ecological impact of the works and their costs, the reuse of car parks on existing roadways has been favoured. In each municipality, appropriate signage has also been put in place.


Find them:

You can find these 40 areas on carpooling platforms (Blablacar, Mobicoop, à la carte route, FLUO Grand Est, etc.) or on the map above.


Find out more: detailed information and deployment map of the 40 carpooling areas available

40 carpooling areas deployed on the territories of 4 intermunicipalities, including Val-de-Vesle:



It is not always easy to leave your car in the garage to make trips, whether daily or occasional, especially in our territory. However, alternatives exist, in order to reduce the environmental impact of our journeys and this is what sustainable mobility is all about!


Today, it's up to us to rethink our travels!


To share your journeys and travel expenses. Choose to carpool or be carpooled during your occasional or regular trips (home-work journey).

Carpooling watchwords: Ecology - Sharing - Economy

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