Towards improved mobility

From 2 September 2019 onwards, the bus network will develop in order to provide real synergy with lines 2 and 3 of the tramway, which will come into use progressively. A more appealing network, in full compatability with its passengers' requirements.

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A more intuitive network

So that the use of public transport become instinctive and obvious for everyone, the new network has been made more readable thanks to a structure making the understanding of the different lines easier.

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The "Noctambus" (night bus) routes will be replaced with regular routes, with extended evening timetables from Monday to Sunday:

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Route n2.png becomes route picto5.png

Route n3.png becomes route picto8.png

Route n4.png becomes route picto2.png + route picto17.png

Route n5.png becomes route picto6.png (until Croix de Berra)

 

How do I find my way around from 2 September onwards?

You can plan your routes taking updated journey times and new timetables into account:

  • by clicking the "Routefinder" or "Timetables" button on the top right hand-side of the home page of your Lignes d'Azur website,
  • by entering your journey details or your stop/route,
  • and by selecting a travel date from 2 September 2019 onwards.

Thanks to the interactive map, compare the old network with the new network as of 2 September 2019, and follow the transformation of the network route by route!

 

Key figures

  • 90% of the population of Nice and 75% of the population of the region will be guaranteed the service of a tram or a bus every 15 minutes (within a distance of 500 meters)
  • 80% of the journeys will be assured by tram or tram-frequency bus transport (bus line with high level of service)
  • The reorganization of the network concerns 77 lines
  • Around 3100 bus stops are concerned in the Nice Côte d'Azur Metropolis
  • Parcazur Park and Ride develop with lines 2 and 3 (find detailed list of Parcazur in the Parcazur Park and Ride)