SUD AZUR Transport Pass

SUD AZUR Transport Pass - Marie-Pierre Gramaglia Counsellor of the Ministry of Equipment, Environment, and Urban Planning since 2011 for the Monegasque government has participated in the launch of the new SUD AZUR Transport Pass. Alongside Christian Estrosi, President of the Côte d´Azur Metropolis, Philippe Tabarot, vice-president of the General Council, and many Community Presidents. The Pass Transport Sud Azur was presented on Monday, at the City Hall in Nice. The pass will be introduced as of January 1st in the Alpes Maritimes region.

The new transport pass presents itself as an interesting alternative to using your car, allowing the subscriber to unlimited travel on all transport networks in the Alpes-Maritimes, through a monthly subscription with an advantageous rate and will include the network of the Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco from September 1st next year.


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