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Toulouse Metro & Train Station

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A few questions about the Toulouse Metro & the train station.
Where can you buy tickets and how does the system work?
Do you buy tickets in multiples (1, 2, 5, 10, etc)?
Do you validate them at a turnstile one by one as they are used?

Online maps seem to show the Metro station at the train station quite a distance away. However, when I zoomed in to street level I saw a Metro station (Marengo) right in front of the train station on Boulevard Pierre Semard. I guess there isn't one inside the train station too. Correct?

I guess there are several entrances to the Metro that are a block or two apart for the same Metro station.

I tried the online trip planner for the Metro. I enter leaving from Capitole Metro and arriving at Marengo. Strangely, their route was to take the Metro from Capitole one stop to Jean-Jaures and then transfer to a bus. That doesn't seem right to me.

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