Départs : 5h45, 6h45, 9h30, 13h10, 17h50.
Despite "une grande manifestation de protestation à Meistratzheim le 11 avril 1954", the line closed in 1955 to be replaced by a bus service. All trams were withdrawn from the streets of Strasbourg in 1960.
P.S. Thanks to a comment by blog reader Man of Kent on Monday, we can see that the "out of town" bus station in Strasbourg lacks the sophistication of the rest of the town's transport infrastucture! His comment is repeated below.
You may be interested to know that the CTBR bus station ("gare routière") in Strasbourg even has an enquiry office with racks of leaflets for all of the routes that radiate from there (including those that only come as far as out-of-town tram termini; a bit like being dumped at a park and ride site on a bus journey to Exeter, perhaps?). By French standards, the frequencies are impressive - some are even regular interval! "Bus Station" is however a somewhat grand description of what is essentially a bus parking area, around which passengers are allowed to mill uncontrolled, and a series of portakabins.