The city of Toulon, located in the South of France, is not only the third biggest conurbation of the Provence, it is also well known for its military and industrial harbour. However, the qualities of its landscape and architectural inheritage have not been greatly enlighted in the past few years. Decades of miscontrolled urban settlements and leading decisions affected by the idea of permanent use and need of a car, gave the city a soon-to-be dramatic situation of noisy, polluted and somehow chaotic image. The construction of a cable car that connects the most densified neighborhoods would reach different goals, as an improvement of the public transport network (through better interactions between the modes : trains, buses, bus-boats...) and an emphasis of the most remarkable places of the town. The new line consists of seven stations along the North-South axis which are shaping a link between the hill, the city center and the beach, and each of those nodes would integrate itself in the associated context. Therefore, the design of each unit allows a freedom of local use and a settlement in short or longer time, with a result of an improved cost management. Depending on the needs of the population living and going through the perimeter of the station, the project will provide urban needs such as playgrounds, public spaces, offices, community markets, associations.