Il-Ministru Joe Mizzi nieda process ta’ konsultazzjoni ta’ erba gimghat dwar is-sistema tat-trasport pubbliku sabiex jigu ndirizzati l-problemi ezistenti.
The government has engaged a private security company to reinforce inspections on the buses, checking drivers’ behaviour and whether passengers are paying their fares. The company is providing about 10 people a day on morning and afternoon shifts for a period of two months, although this number is reviewed every week, a Transport Ministry spokeswoman said.
Il-puntwalità fis-servizz tat-trasport pubbliku din is-sena diġà żdiedet bi 3% fuq dik tas-sena li għaddiet. L-istatistika miġbura
Inewsmalta.com Ġun 07, 2016 13:13
Bus commuters paying in cash have had ticket prices slashed from €2 to €1.50, in line with the annual change in fares as regulated by the government. The reduced fares, which came into effect yesterday, form part of the changes resulting from Malta Public Transport's switch to its winter schedule. Fares on tallinja cards - a 2-hour trip costs 75c for adults and students, and 25c for seniors and children - remain unchanged. Route X1A has been introduced again to serve Ċirkewwa, Mater Dei, University and MCAST in Paola, between Monday and Friday. An additional route 30, serving Bombi, Kulleġġ, University and Mater Dei Hospital has also been introduced. Student card holders are also eligible for a
Vulnerable job-seekers can now make use of free public transport, after Malta Public Transport signed an agreement with the Malta Association of Supported Employment, offering participants of the Positive Supported Employment Programme (PSEP) free credit on their tallinja bus cards so they can attend training sessions and job interviews. The PSEP provides vulnerable individuals in the poverty line with training sessions to help them build the necessary skills to find a job.
Anyone who turns 18 in 2017 can travel by bus, for free, for a year, Transport