The organization of the Pass'O urban public transport service includes two players.

The City of Obernai has become the Organizing Authority of Transport and financed the Pass'O system since August 2005 - the creation date of this service. It decides on the content of passenger service, particularly the pricing policy on the network, services, service quality and information to travelers. It provides the operator with material resources (vehicles, urban furniture, bus depot and sales office).


The company KEOLIS has been the operator of the Pass'O network since December 1st 2009.
As such, it provides the defined service at the quality level requested by the city of Obernai, implements, independently, the appropriate means and, finally, performs missions of assistance, advice and study services for the city.


The Pass'O network consists in:

  • An offer of transport accounting for about 155,000 km per year
  • 37 bus stops
  • 1 regular route operating from 6:30 A.M to 8:45 P.M from Monday to Friday and 7 A.M to 7:30 P.M on Saturday
  • 1 dial-a-ride service for employees, operating from 4:30 A.M to 6:15 A.M and from 20:30 P.M to 21:30 P.M Monday to Friday
  • 56 trips per day on weekdays and 33 on Saturday
  • 90.000 travelers per year


For further information on timetables, rates and other useful information to plan your trip on the Pass'O system, please browse the Pass'O website, or contact Pass'O's sale office at 0 800.500.552 (free from a landline - Monday to Friday from 9:30 A.M to 12:00 P.M and 13:30 P.M to 17:30 P.M and Saturday from 9:00 A.M to 12:00 P.M).

During the year 2010 the Pass'O system will be developed:

In April 2010

  • Implementation of an on demand transport service (T.O.D.) to provide service in areas not served until now, namely the North End / West of the city (Mont National, Route de Boersch, Quartier de la Loi and Rue du Général Leclerc), the South Quarter and Roedel and a service more relevant to the Z.A Sud.
  • Removal of the Z.A Sud service through the regular route while maintaining as back up at the Bugeaud stop.


In September 2010

  • Realignment of route 1 allowing the servicing of the "Cosec" and Swimming Centre stops upon its opening in substitution of services to the South Europe District
  • Implementation of a 5th T.O.D zone in the Quartier Europe Sud.