A new on-demand public transport service dubbed ‘ClicBus Monaco’ will come into force in the Principality on Monday, March 25.

As part of the implementation of the Mobility Plan launched last February by the Prince’s Government, this innovative system is a complementary transport solution, meeting the travel needs of residents of neighbourhoods not served by existing bus lines; Plati, Fleurs and Annonciade. From these districts, ClicBus will transport its passengers to four strategic stops; Place d’Armes, Fontvieille Center Commercial, Monte-Carlo Tourisme and Place des Moulins.

“Operated by electric mini-bus type vehicles, some with 8 seats, and others with around twenty seats, adapted to PRM transport, this service will complete existing routes in order to serve the interior of said neighbourhoods, at different hours,” reads the government press release.

ClicBus will be available seven days a week, from 7:00 to 21:20. The service will be accessible at all bus stops in the Principality, from 21:20 to 1:30, and as late as 2:30 on Friday and Saturday nights. These hours could be further extended in the summer. Buses can be ordered during service operating hours via the mobile application or by telephone.

ClicBus is a service operated by the Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco, at the instigation of the Prince’s Government. It is offered at the same prices as all bus lines in the Principality. All network tickets and subscriptions are valid on board ClicBus, and purchasing tickets is also possible on board the vehicle.

With the arrival of the ClicBus service, the number 7 bus will be replaced from the evening of Saturday, March 23.

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