You can bring your bicycle on the metro and on our low-floor trams although it is subject to certain rules. Only one bicycle is authorised in T2000 trams or two bicycles in T3000-T4000 trams. It is, however, not permitted to take a bicycle with you on board of our older trams and buses.
You can bring your bicycle on the underground trains every day of the year, provided there is enough room and that you do not inconvenience the other passengers. Bicycles on the metro are STRICTLY forbidden (except for foldable bicycles which are considered as parcels) on working days (Monday to Friday) from 7 AM to 9 AM and from 4 PM to 6:30 PM.
The driver of an underground train and the station staff may refuse authorisation to bring a bicycle on an underground train. Cyclists never have priority over other passengers. And it is prohibited to ride bicycles in the metro facilities.
Bear in mind also that bicycles are authorised in low-floor trams at a rate of one bicycle (in T2000 trams) or two bicycles (in T3000-T4000 trams) per authorised access, according to the same rules as for the metro.