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Update 27.10.2020

The requirement to wear a face mask also applies to persons on platforms and in other waiting areas for rail, tram and bus services (e.g. platforms, tram and bus stops) or in railway stations, at stops or in other access areas (e.g. cableway stations) of public transport. The requirement to wear a face mask applies both in the indoor and outdoor spaces of the waiting and access areas indicated.



Wearing a mask is compulsory
Wearing a mask is compulsoryDue to a new federal directive, the wearing of masks is compulsory in our trains (except for children under 12 years of age). Thank you for your support. Take care of yourself!



Back to the summit from 6 June

From 6 June, the Rochers-de-Naye and Pléiades trains are back at the summit.
From Saturday 6 June, the tourist sections (Haut-de-Caux – Rochers-de-Naye and Lally – Les Pléiades) will be open, as now authorised by the Federal Council. The transportation services of the Montreux Oberland Railway Company (MOB) and of the Montreux-Vevey-Riviera Transport Company (MVR) will be re-established.

On 6 June, the funicular Les Avants-Sonloup will also be back in service. Finally, the pyjama trains and buses will be back in operation on the following Friday, 12 June. Detailed timetables can be found on sbb.ch.

Please note that the mountain restaurants of Rochers-de-Naye (Alpin) and Les Pléiades will also open their doors on this day.

The MOB and MVR companies are looking forward to offering their services to their customers from here and abroad. In terms of health, they will ensure maximum safety. As always.

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