Public Transportation on the French Riveria

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Côte d’Azur Public Transportation

January 5, 2011 the old and tired Nice Gare Routière closes for good.

The map below shows where busses depart from and can be boarded in downtown Nice.
Other routes will depart from different, various terminals: some busses to the East of Nice depart from tramway station Vauban. Exception is the #100 bus to Monaco and Menton that will leave from Station J.C. Bermond. The popular #200 to Cannes, #400 to Vence and #500 to Grasse also leave from Station J.C. Bermond. Additionally, regional busses to Aix en Provence/Marseille, Gap and Sisteron/Grenoble depart from Vauban. Busses to the ski stations and Saint Martin Vésubie leave from Gare SNCF Thiers. International and long distance busses depart from LINDBERGH (NICE OUEST-ARÉNAS).
Bus Routes After the Gare Routière

Date is June 19, 2012
Tram project approved - The Prefecture of the Alpes-Maritimes has given the green light for Nice’s second tram line.

The approval by Prefect Jean-Paul Drevet means work on the 758-million line will begin before the end of the year. The most difficult stage involves the construction of 3.2-kilometre long tunnel to the Nice Port, which will begin in 2013. The line should be up and running by 2017.

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Fifty-three years after the closure of the Tramway de Nice et du Littoral, the Tramway de Nice will serve its Northern and Eastern suburbs.

Already, plans for extensions are underway. These plans, which include lines to la Plaine du Var et la Vallée du Paillon, will form a system of 36 km – 75 stations. Connections will include: the local bus system, the Alpes-Maritimes bus systems, the Chemins de Fer de Provence, the trains ( TER and the airport.
The extensions and new lines are as follows:

Extension of line 1 › Nice Pont Michel - La Trinité
4.5 km long and 30 minutes between La Trinité and Place Masséna, Park and ride at end of tramway and at intersection with Autoroute A8 to encourage drivers to leave their cars and take the tram downtown.

Line 2 ›Port area - Saint Augustin
About 8 km long and 20 to 25 minutes between the airport and the center of Nice. Will add more space for pedestrians and cyclists. Encourage development of the area around the airport and the lower Var valley. Transfer between line 1 and line 2

Line 2 › Saint Augustin - Cagnes-sur-Mer
About 7 km long and 50 minutes between Cagnes and the center of Nice, and 30 minutes between Saint Laurent and Nice. Additional development of the airport and Grand Arénas. Contribute to the improvement of the sea coast near Saint-Laurent-du-Var. Reinforce the attractiveness of the center of Cagnes-sur-Mer. Transform RD 6098 into an urban boulevard between Cagnes-sur-Mer and the Aréna business district (with accomodations for cyclists and pedestrians).

Line 3 › La plaine du Var
About 7 km long between Saint Augustin and Lingostière. Will serve important areas such as the Centre Administratif Départemental, the Palais Nikaia, the lycée Thierry Maulnier, and future sports sites.

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Tram de Nice Line 2 on Promenade The new (2007) Nice Tramway is getting ready to expand to "Line 2". The city is trying to decide if the route will be up the popular and scenic "Promenade des Anglais" or up two or more "less scenic" streets. Alstom has sent a demo version of their newest (and more energy efficient) tram and some rapid reconstruction made a block-long visual of how it might look. affiliate_link
In a surprise move, Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi changed his mind about running Line 2 up the Promenade des Anglais and instead went with a plan that provides an 8.6 kilometer "tram/metro" with 3.6 kilometers below ground. It will cost €'450,000,000 and carry 110,000 - 140,000 daily passengers. It will run between Gare de Riquier and new? Gare Multimodal Saint-Augustin.
Boulevard Rene Cassin / Avenue Californie at the Champion/Carrefour food market has a tramway in its future.
Fifty-three years after the closure of the Tramway de Nice et du Littoral, the Tramway de Nice began to serve its Northern and Eastern sections. 2007 saw the completion of Line 1 serving the North-South needs of the city. Line 2 now addresses the East-West needs. This WebSite will be updated continuously until completion of Line 2 in Year 2017.
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A local train strike continues (beginning of 2009), with a limited service between Les Arcs and Ventimiglia, as drivers protest over staff shortages. They got new trains (funded by Monaco), but no new hires. Jean Icart, a local councillor, has proposed that regional TER trains no longer be managed by the SNCF national railway company. Under the plan, the Alpes Maritimes, the Principality of Monaco and the Italian province of Imperia would form a private company to control local train services.

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Regional Transportation

Transportation within the entire region

There is one railroad main line from Italy via Monaco/Nice/Cannes and then off towards Marseille. If you must visit Cannes during the Film Festival or Monaco during the Grand Prix then it is strongly advised to take the train from some station a little distance away. The train gets you into the middle of the action and you don't have to find a parking space or battle with 50,000 other people trying to get down the limited access routes. Unfortunately this does not work if you wish to visit St. Tropez because there is no train to it.

No, we don't book reservations on a ferry to St Tropez. There is no ferry. But there is a boat service to St Tropez

In addition to the mainline there are two scenic branch lines - from Nice to Cuneo and Nice to Digne.

The 17km Cannes - Grasse railway line reopened to passengers in 2005. This is part of a plan to improve services on the Riviera and to reduce the number of vehicle movements. Grasse has a population of approximately 45,000 people and is still regarded as the capital of the perfume industry. Many of the villages between Cannes and Grasse have developed in recent years, adding to the traffic congestion. The line presently serves four other stations - Mouans-Sartoux, Ranguin, La Frayere and Le Bosquet and there are plans to add two more at Plan de Grasse and Mougins. The line is mainly single track and is electrified.

The line was originally opened in 1871 but was closed to passengers in 1938. The station at Grasse was much lower than the town and a funicular railway line linked the two. A limited freight service continued up until 1991. An attempt to re-open the line to passengers was made in 1978 with a locally financed railcar running a limited service between Cannes and Ranguin. The service continued until November 1995 but was withdrawn following the more than three week long rail strike that year.

The only activity in recent years has been the use of a short section of the line near Cannes which has been used by trains of new cars operating to a distribution depot at Mougins. Much of the rest of the line and infrastructure, particularly at Grasse, had fallen into disrepair.

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The idea of a railway line which would link Nice, on the coast to Grenoble, high in the alps was first conceived in 1861 by Alphonse Beau de Rochas.

The intended route was to be via the Var valley. In 1882 the military authority gave its consent for construction of the line to begin. The builders decided to adopt a metre gauge line, rather than standard gauge, which would help to navigate the routes very steep terrain. Narrow gauge instead of one metre forty permitted the use of much tighter curves and help lower construction costs.

1891 - First section of the line opened between Digne and Mézel.
1892 - Inauguration of the Nice - and Puget-Théniers section.
1911 - Nice to Digne fully operational from 3rd July.
The railway had a second line which branched off the Nice to Digne route at Colomars. This line ran west, passing through Vence, and onwards to Grasse and eventually Draguignan.

The line closed during World War II and did not re-open. The station at Draguignan still exists and is in excellent condition, as are some of the viaducts and bridges. The Nice - Digne section of the Chemins de Fer de Provence still operates daily with certain sections steam hauled during the summer months. It provides a spectacular ride through the mountains for visitors. In addition, the southern end of the line serves as an urban commuter route into Nice.

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Ajaccio is the most important ferry port on Corsica Island. The white city of Ajaccio lies in a semicircle on the bay, and is set against the backdrop of wooded hills. The ferry port area, fringed by palm trees, is filled with yachts and lined with colourful houses.
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The Tramway de Nice was designed to serve most of the population of Nice, as the city is situated along a seaside, the line does not have to traverse it. Instead it was drawn as a U shape, passing through the centre.

There is one line only, served by two termini; called Comte de Falicon and Pont Michel.

Comte de Falicon terminus
The tram depot is situated at the Northwestern terminus of the line in the neighbourhood of Le Rouret, where the Count of Falicon and the Marquis of Rouret once owned large villas and many farms doted the land.

Above the tram terminus a 650 m² sport and cultural centres have been built. The plaza in front of the station has been raised and planted with a dry fountain of water jets installed.

Fontaine du Temple
The fontaine du Temple neighbourhood where the tram stop of the same name is built has been remodelled for the arrival of the tramway. The plaza has been repaved and will welcome the morning outdoor market.

The tramcars of the Tramway de Nice are unique and have been specially designed to blend in with the Niçois architecture. A standard 5 car 1435 mm (4 ft 8½ in) standard gauge tram measures 35 m but extra carriages may be added, bringing the length to 45 m. The tram is 2.65 m wide and may carry 200 passengers at 18 km/h compared to 11 km/h by bus.

Where does the tramway go?
The focal point will be the pedestrianised Place Massena. From here it will run directly north and east. Heading up north, the whole of the shopping district of Jean Medecin will also be pedestranised. It will continue up past the train station all the way up to the Nice football stadium. Heading east, it will run down the also to be pedestrianised Jean Jaures, skirting the Old Town, through the piazza of Place Garibaldi and then onwards towards the extreme east of Nice that the Mayor hopes to rejuvinate.

How much will it cost to ride the tram?
It will cost the same as the bus. Currently 1.30€, with discounts available for weekly passes or a booklet of tickets.

How often do the trams run?
The service starts at 5am and ends 1am. They will run every 4 minutes during rush hour, winding down to every 15 minutes during the quiet period of the day.

Are the trams noisy?
No. Noise created is maximum 70 decibels at 40km/h. This is much quieter than any large vehicle such as a bus.

How many people can it carry?
The trams can carry 40 people seated and 140 people standing. Maximum capacity is 200 people and there will be 20 trams in circulation.

How will the tram be powered?
The power lines will be fixed overhead between buildings. The tram has an internal battery which enables it to run independently when no buildings are nearby, such as through Place Massena.

How much will the tramway cost?
The tramway will cost 370 million euros, and has over 1,200 contruction workers engaged on the project at any one time. Completion is expected mid-2006.

Impact of the Tramway on Nice

All along the trace of the tram, Nice will benefit from an urban face lift that carefully respects the character of each district. The arrival of the tram in Nice will make it possible to up-date the surrounding urban space to make it more functional and user-friendly. Thus, the tram will allow the better sharing of public space between cars, cyclists and pedestrians.

The use of the tramway will reduce the number of cars in the city center which will in turn prevent a growing problem of road traffic, pollution and noise. Businesses surrounding the Tramway will benefit from easy access for their employees and customers. We can see this already as businesses refer to their tram stop in advertisements. The same goes for property. District areas have been cleaned-up, improved and mostly pedestrianised boosting the value of property.

Nice as an ambitious goal of removing 30 percent of vehicle trips from the downtown area.

Other cities could learn a lesson from this completely integrated system, that provides the user with a safe, economical and pleasant mode of transport, linked to large, well thought out pedestrian areas for easy access to shopping and tourist facilities.

The pay off has already started.
More and more tourists are seeing Nice as a destination in itself (not just the airport for the rest of the Riviera) and property prices have been climbing because of the "tram effect". Also as many of the downtown areas along the route will become pedestrian friendly, better and more stylish shops and restaurants are opening along the route, in response to the influx of well-healed tourists and locals. We saw it on our first ride: new shops on previously distant places from center city. The tramline and associated infrastructure has transformed Nice in a way that will have a continued economic effect for many years to come.

Then the cost! Only 1.00 Euros. This is what good public transport is all about."

The tram has cost €370m and engaged more than 1,200 workers over the past six years. The result, city officials say, will be to reduce traffic flow, regenerate key areas and put previously inaccessible suburbs within striking distance of the Mediterranean. Planners have used the tramway as a catalyst create new pedestrian piazza areas, most notably at Place Massena, where cars will have only one lane across three acres, leaving residents and visitors free to roam from shop to restaurant to beach. Heading north along the tram line past the main station toward the football stadium, the shopping district of Jean Medecin will also be pedestrianised, as will Rue Jean Jaures, skirting the old town, along the eastern leg of the line running through Place Garibaldi and on. Costing just €1.00 and with a maximum capacity of 200 people per tram, the service will start at 5am and end at 1am; it will run once every four minutes during rush hour and every 15 minutes during quieter periods.
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