BORDER LINES: NORMANDY - Calvados transport PR offered

The Syndicat Mixte des Transports en Commun de l’Agglomeration Caennoise, the public transport authority representing 19 councils in the French department of Calvados, is seeking an agency to build its image and conduct opinion audits on a year-long contract worth around pounds 400,000 in budget.

The Syndicat Mixte des Transports en Commun de l’Agglomeration

Caennoise, the public transport authority representing 19 councils in

the French department of Calvados, is seeking an agency to build its

image and conduct opinion audits on a year-long contract worth around

pounds 400,000 in budget.



The body is keen to promote public awareness of its role and conduct

consultation exercises on its plans to build a tramway in the town of

Caen. The syndicate oversees 175 bus routes for the area’s 200,000

residents.



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