DiviaVélodi, Dijon's version of Paris' Vélib' automatic rental system, has 400 city bikes at 40 sites around town. Insert a credit card, get a passcode, choose a PIN and go.
Dijon's coolest new transport innovation is the diminutive fleet of free electric navettes (minibuses) that circle through the historic centre every 10 minutes from 8am to 7pm. Full details of the city's Divia bus network are available online or at Agence Commerciale Divia near the train station.
Car & Motorcycle
All city-centre parking is metered. There's a free car park at place Suquet south of the police station, an easy 10-minute walk from the heart of town.
Divia's modern tram system has two lines, the T1 and T2. The four most helpful stops for travellers are served by both lines: Gare (train station), plus Darcy, Godrans and République stations along the northwestern edge of the Old Town.