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Route 150 - Lascaris to MCAST Paola - 14/09/2021

We are happy to announce a new bus route departing from Lascaris bus stop, connected to the fast ferry service between Malta and Gozo. Route 150 links Lascaris bus stop to MCAST in Paola and departs 15 minutes after the fast ferry arrival. This route operates from Monday to Friday, with its first trip from Lascaris being at 6.45 am, until 9.15 am. The return trips start at 1.55 pm from MCAST, Paola and stopping at Lourdes bus stop on the way, and end at 4.27 pm.

Malta Public Transport boosts route frequencies - 01/07/2021

Malta Public Transport announces added trips to a number of popular routes as well new Night Route and Tallinja Direct (TD) options. Market research conducted by the bus company indicates that higher frequencies make public transport a more attractive option and the additional trips aim to encourage more people to use public transport.

New Child Tallinja Card campaign to empower children with different needs - 23/06/2021

Through the Empowering Children Campaign, during the month of July 2021 Malta Public Transport will donate the full registration fee for the Child Tallinja Card to the Malta Trust Foundation. The campaign contributes to a project by the foundation raising funds for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices to support children who are visually-impaired, on the autism spectrum or non-verbal.

Public transport summer schedule from Sunday - 11/06/2021

Malta Public Transport announced its new summer schedule effective from June 13. Changes are being introduced across the network to cater for seasonal travel preferences. The affected routes are the following.

Try Tallinja Bikes this weekend for only €0.50c! - 03/06/2021

Route 300 - Timetable - 02/06/2021

Route X133 - Timetable - 02/06/2021

New bus routes offering connections from the Fast Ferry service between Malta and Gozo - 01/06/2021

Contactless payment available on all bus fleet through collaboration between Malta Public Transport, Bank of Valletta and Visa - 19/05/2021

Getting around Malta is becoming easier as bus passengers can now use their contactless cards, smartphones or smartwatches to pay for their bus tickets, with the launch of a contactless payment system on all 400 route buses operated by Malta Public Transport. For cities around the world, contactless transport has gone from a nice-to-have to a must-have in order to provide customers with safe and secure solutions through COVID-19 and beyond. With the enablement of contactless payments, local residents and tourists can worry less about carrying cash and queuing for tickets.

Register for your new Tallinja Card and get €10 free credit - 14/05/2021

Offer applicable to all new customers registering for a Tallinja Card in May and using it to pay for one fast ferry trip between Malta and Gozo in June.
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