Line T1 has 17 stations and runs for 8.5km from Dijon's mainline railway station in the west to Quetigny Centre in the east.

A second 11.5km line, T2, will open on December 8 linking a park-and-ride station at Valmy with the city centre and Chênove, sharing tracks with Line T1 on the central section between République and Foch.

Alstom has supplied a fleet of 33 Citadis 302 low-floor LRVs, which were procured in a joint contract with the city of Brest signed in September 2009. Each 32.7m-long bi-directional vehicle accommodates 48 seated passengers and 152 standees.

The two lines will be operated by Keolis and are expected to carry up to 85,000 passengers per day.