Director of Urban Planning Olivier Lavagna has said that the Monaco bus company CAM is carrying out a feasibility study for a new bus interchange.
Buses from Monaco to Nice will terminate at new stops from January 2011.
A 100% electric bus is circulating all day today on different CAM bus routes.
Further to complaints about pedestrian safety on rue Grimaldi and around place d'Armes a new pedestrian crossing has been installed.
Bus travelers should note that the rue Grimaldi bus stop is in a new spot.
Casino - Tourist Office to become primary interchange stops.
Line 4 (Condamine / Saint Roman) bus route has been extended to Saint Roman.
CAM continue efforts to get us to use 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.
Here at Monaco IQ, we're great advocates of public transport and regularly report stories about local bus and rail services.
In addition to traditional forms of transport, the Principality also boasts a solar powered "bateau bus" (boat bus) that carries travelers from one side of the port to the other. It became a year-round service in December 2008 after transporting 52 000 passengers during the year, twice the number carried in 2007. A third of its users are locals.