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Good Friday Closure of Sales Offices - 07/04/2020

Please note that our Sales Offices will be closed on Friday 10th April (Good Friday). Furthermore, the sales offices at Malta International Airport is temporarily closed.

Suspension of Tallinja Bike - 26/03/2020

Following the Government’s recommendations, we are suspending our Tallinja Bike service with immediate effect. Please, stay at home and stay safe. #ImStayingHome

Next Bus & Journey Planner Tallinja App - 23/03/2020

Although we are currently going through difficult times, we are still updating our services. Currently, we are investing in our ‘Tallinja App’. To this end, the ‘Next Bus’ and the ‘Journey Planner’ services are not functional. However, users may still access these functions via SMS (send message to 50611010 with the Bus Stop code, or by calling our Contact Centre on 21 222 000 and choose option 1 on the IVR to enter the bus stop code). The Journey Planner function is available within Google Maps (PC and smartphones) and in the Meep app (on smartphones). We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.

Suspension of Service - 18/03/2020

Malta Public Transport announces that all Night Routes, Tallinja Direct Routes, and TD Plus on-demand service have been suspended. These changes come into effect from today 18 March 2020.

Covid 19 ANNOUNCEMENT - 12/03/2020

Malta Public Transport – Covid-19 Announcement

MARSASKALA DIVERSION Change in Bus Stops - 24/02/2020

Date: From Monday 24th February 2020 until further notice The Terminus for routes 119 & 135 is moved to bus stop HARRUBA in TRIQ SANT ANNA in MARSASKALA

SERVING KUNCIZZJONI & HONDOQ AREAS LIMITS OF QALA - 16/02/2020

Date: From Sunday 16th February 2020 Route 303A: This new route will follow the same route as 303 but will not serve San Blas and instead will serve Kuncizzjoni and Hondoq areas limits of Qala

Electric Bus Testing - Routes - 14/02/2020

Testing on the Electric Bus is well on its way. From 14th February onwards between 10am and 2pm the E-Bus will operate on Special Direct Route 122. This route is between Valletta and Mater Dei. It will stop at Bombi – Kullegg – Qroqq – Universita – Sptar. After which the E-Bus will operate on Route 130 from 3.30pm till 4pm. These routes are being used as a test to gather information about how the Electric Bus performs on different roads and situations.

Malta Public Transport unveils First Electric Bus on test in Malta - 21/01/2020

Malta Public Transport launched Malta’s first fully-electric bus in conjunction with Transport Malta and TAM-Europe. The Vero 9 model will go on a trial period to test the performance of the 100% electric engine on Maltese roads.

Updates to bus routes 47 and 233 - 19/01/2020

Malta Public Transport is updating bus routes 47 and 233 to improve punctuality and passenger convenience following feedback from users. The changes come into effect as from Sunday 19th January.
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