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The public bus service in the region of Umbria is served by long-distance Sulga buses and regional Spoletina, APM and ATC buses.
Tickets must be validated before the start of the journey, using the validation machines. These are found within the entrance area of all stations and at the rear of buses and trams. Ticket inspectors have the right to demand to see tickets and may fine travellers without a valid ticket.
The main bus terminal in Perugia is at Piazza Partigiani, Perugia. This terminal services both regional and local buses. The regional network serves over 50 communities and provides connections to Gubbio, Lake Trasimene, Marsciano, Todi, Gualdo Tadino, Santa Maria degli Angeli, part of the Upper Tiber Valley and Orvieto. Timetables, ticket prices and ticket points can be found on the individual bus company websites.
Bus service to the Adriatic coast is also available from Perugia, in summers only (early July to early September). One line terminates at Senigallia while another line provides service to Rimini. Tickets must be purchased in advance and can be obtained at the Agenzia Umbria Mobilità at the Piazza Partigiani bus terminal.
The Azienda Perugina della Mobilita (APM) provides daily urban bus services in the Perugia, Assisi, Citta di Castello, Gualdo Tadino, Gubbio, Todi and Umbertide. It also provides boat services on Lake Trasimeno.
Available APM ticketing options include:
Tickets and passes are also good for transport on the Mini Metro light rail and can be bought in Perugia at the APM Office at the train station in Piazza Vittorio Veneto, the APM Agency at Piazza Partigiani, newsstands and tobacco shops (tabacchi).
Spoletina is the biggest operator in south-eastern Umbria. Service is mainly to the smaller towns around Umbria, however the company does provide service to Rome.
Sulga provides bus service from Umbria to Rome (including Fiumicino airport), Milan, Naples, Cesena, Ravenna, Florence and Puglia.
The Azienda Trasporti Consorziali Terni (ATC) provides regional bus transport for Terni province.
Available ATC ticketing options include:
Information on ticket prices, routes and timetables can be found on the ATC website.
There is more than 368 Km of railway line in Umbria, with lines running in a U-shape through the region. A complimentary line connects both arms of the U, running through the city of Perugia.
Below are the contact details for the main stations in the region:
The regional train directorate can be contacted at the following address:
In 2008, a 3 Km-long light-rail system was inaugurated to take passengers from the valley floor at Pian Massiano to the centre of Perugia's old town (Pincetto). It has the capacity to carry 72,000 passengers per day and was built to relieve the pressure car traffic was placing on the city.
Stops are located at convenient locations around Perugia: Stazione Pincetto for the centre of town, Stazione Fontivegge for the central train station, Stazione Cortonese for the Questura and Stazione Pian di Massiano for the Saturday market and Football Stadium.
The mini metro is open Monday to Saturday 07:00–21:20 and Sunday and holidays 08:30–20:30.
Tickets and passes are also good for transport on APM buses and can be purchased in Perugia at the APM Office at the train station in Piazza Vittorio Veneto, the APM Agency at Piazza Partigiani, at machines in Mini Metro stations, newsstands and tobacco shops (tabaccaio). Tickets purchased at Mini Metro stations can be purchased with coins, bills or bank cards.
Mini Metro stations are marked with an "M".
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