Ataf is the local bus company in Florence and the surrounding areas - their ubiquitous orange buses are everywhere - some are big, some are small, some run on natural gas, and some run on electricity.
From their website: "ataf, Azienda Trasporti Area Fiorentina, represents a consortium of nine municipalities: Bagno a Ripoli, Calenzano, Campi Bisenzio, Fiesole, Florence, Impruneta, Scandicci, Sesto Fiorentino, and Vaglia, that cover a total territorial surface area of 538 square km with a population of about 600,000.
Un servizio sperimentale, effettuato da Li-nea spa, sul quale si farà il bilancio a giugno Firenze, Novità in ambito di trasporto pubblico per i residenti di Bubè.
The fares recently went up - almost all guide books and most websites have the old fares.Hours are the same on weekends and holidays.Timetables and other service information about day busses, night busses, electric buses and trams can be found on their website, much of which is in English.For the ataf maps page, click the thumbnail map below.The A, B, C, and D are electric mini buses that run routes in the Centro Storico of old Florence and the Oltrano (see update, Florence City Center Bus Map ).Da ieri, la piccola frazione di Grassina è raggiunta dalla linea di trasporto pubblico numero 49, un servizio effet.Departures from the airport are every 30 min from.30.m.For further information or opt out options read more.The site has a ton of information including route maps and timetables, and news about strikes (which happen often!This site uses proprietary and third party cookies to offer a better user experience.
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There is no central ataf station per se, the routes all have their own beginning and ending point (capolinea but many buses have Santa Maria Novella train station as a main terminus.