MAJOR FACILITIES

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SAINT JEAN TGV

High-Speed Train Station:
Paris-Bordeaux in 2 hours from July 2017/ 18 million passengers per year

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INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

67 million euros to be invested by 2020

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LA CITÉ DU VIN

A unique cultural facility dedicated to wine as a living, universal cultural heritage.
Opened in June 2016.
450,000 visitors annually

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MATMUT ATLANTIQUE STADIUM

capacity 43,000.

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BORDEAUX METROPOLE ARENA

11,000-capacity main auditorium.
Opens early 2018

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LA CITÉ NUMÉRIQUE

27,000m2.
Flagship building of Bordeaux French Tech.
Stage 1 delivered at the end of 2017

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BORDEAUX ESCALE DE CROISIÈRES

N°2 on the Atlantic seaboard by number of sea cruise stopovers.
53 scheduled for 2017

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NEW BRIDGE OVER THE GARONNE RIVER

49m long/44m wide.
Due to be completed in 2020.

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EXHIBITION CENTRE

€76.5 million in investments.
Modernisation of the exhibition park and construction of a new conference and exhibition hall
(capacity of 6,000 people for conference events).

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MECA

Regional Creative Economy Centre dedicated to multidisciplinary cultural projects.
Opening early 2019.

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UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

Bordeaux Campus Operation: €500 million, including €400 million in new facilities and €100 million in upgrades.

Stade Matmut Altantique – Thomas Sanson Mairie de Bordeaux

Cité du Vin © Anaka / XTU Architects / La Cité du Vin

Aréna © Agence Rudy Riccoti

Pont JJ Bosc : © OMA Clément Blanchet – Rem Koolhaas