Pedal power tests

Residents and visitors may soon be using electric bikes.

Travel by rail during Franco-African summit

On 31st May and 1st June, road traffic will be severely disrupted due to security measures for the Franco-African summit taking place in Nice.

Bus stop changes

Casino - Tourist Office to become primary interchange stops.

New stop for bus route

Line 4 (Condamine / Saint Roman) bus route has been extended to Saint Roman.

European air traffic role for Monaco

The Principality presides over EUROCONTROL committee in 2010.

Get on board the bus!

CAM continue efforts to get us to use the buses.

Rail travel in 2010

Monaco's subterranean railway station is 10 years old.

Monacair bought by SkyGroup

Monaco helicopter company bought by French.

Founded by the Casiraghi family and based in Monaco, Monacair hasn't had its own fleet for a couple of years. The helicopter company's main business is in charter flights and ground services, but Gilbert Schweitzer, the CEO of new owners SkyGroup Holding has promised to rebuild the fleet, increase the workforce and attract VIP customers.

Bateau bus popularity increases

Monaco's solar powered bateau bus continues to be a great success.

Passenger figures at the end of 2009 are expected to be 25% higher than the 120000 that traveled last year. Although it attracts a fair number of tourists disembarking from the cruise ships, it's also popular with locals.

No doubt encouraged by the boat's success, owner Pierre Brezzo will be experimenting with a hybrid boat running between Menton and Monaco in 2010.

All change on the buses

If you're visiting Monaco while the Tour de France is in town, make sure you know about the changes to the bus services.

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