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On 12 December 2021, the Mobilis service area expanded to add a number of ‘tourist’ bus routes. This means you can now travel to the Col du Marchairuz, the Col du Mollendruz, the Col du Pillon and Les Paccots using a Mobilis ticket.
What are the advantages of using Mobilis?
Reduced prices of up to -25% on most routes.
These destinations are automatically included in any 15-zone ticket or day pass, or any 12-zone travelcard.
You only need one ticket to travel on these and nearby lines, whether it’s a train, bus or funicular, as many times as you’d like while the ticket is valid.
Col du Marchairuz
4 new zones: 162, 163, 164 and 165
These zones cover PostBus line 720: Allaman – Aubonne – Gimel – St-George – Le Marchairuz – Le Brassus. This line has added 6 extra services (Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays) since 12 December, bringing the total to 12 services per day.
These two new zones cover PostBus line 180: Les Diablerets – Col du Pillon, Glacier 3000 – Reusch Talstation – Gstaad (final stop in the Mobilis network: Col du Pillon). Up to 15 services departing from Les Diablerets every weekday. The Diablerets stop (TPC station) is on the border of zones 147/170.