Société de Transports de l'Agglomération Stéphanoise


Société de Transports de l'Agglomération Stéphanoise

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name = Société de Transports de l'Agglomération Stéphanoise

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image_caption = A Tramway Français Standard at la Terrasse
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parent = Veolia Transport
founded = 2000
headquarters = Saint-Priest-en-Jarez
locale = Saint-Étienne
service_area = FRA
service_type = Urban bus service, trolleybus, tramway
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destinations = Firminy, Saint-Priest-en-Jarez, Saint-Jean-Bonnefonds
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operator = Veolia
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website = http://www.stas.tm.fr
__noTOC__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:
*Saint-Étienne
*L'Étrat
*Saint-Priest-en-Jarez
*Villars
*Saint-Genest-Lerpt
*Sorbiers
*La Talaudière
*Saint-Jean-Bonnefonds
*Roche-la-Molière
*Unieux
*Le Chambon-Feugerolles
*Firminy
*La Ricamarie
*Saint-Paul-en-Cornillon
*Fraisses

Company structure

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.

Depots

STAS maintains its rolling stock from three sites:
*Transpôle depot at Saint-Priest-en-Jarez (company headquarters, 9 hectares)
*Transparc depot at Saint-Étienne (2 hectares)
*Pont Chaney depot at Firminy (3300m²)

and is also responsible for sites throughout the Saint-Étienne:
*An information point and reseller, Place Dorian in Saint-Étienne
*park and ride at Saint-Priest-en-Jarez
*Musée des Transports Urbains de Saint-Étienne et sa Région, transport museum.

Fleet

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

Trolleybus

*Renault ER 100
*Irisbus Cristalis

Bus

*Heuliez GX 77 H
*Heuliez GX 117
*Irisbus Agora
*Mercedes Citaro
*Mercedes O 405 GN
*Renault PR 100-2
*Renault R 312
*Renault Agora articulated

Tramway

*Tramway Français Standard

External links

* [http://www.stas.tm.fr STAS]


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