News - Malta Public Transport


Malta Public Transport announces special public transport services for Nadur Carnival - 12/05/2022

Special Bus Service for Mqabba & Valletta Finale Fireworks Festival - 29/04/2022

New electric buses launched by Malta Public Transport - 28/04/2022

The Tallinja On Demand service area now includes Mrieħel, Birkirkara and Sliema - 25/04/2022

Increase in bus frequencies during the visit of His Holiness Pope Francis - 29/03/2022

Issues with VISA or Mastercard Debit/Credit cards issued by Russian financial institutions - 08/03/2022

As a response to the ongoing and developing unfortunate situation in Ukraine and Russia, various nations have lately imposed sanctions on Russia's top financial institutions and subsidiaries. Customers who have VISA or Mastercard Debit/Credit cards issued by these institutions are more likely to have their transactions denied at the authorisation stage due to these measures. We will issue additional communication as the situation hopefully ameliorates.

Updated time tables at Lascaris Bus Stop - 28/02/2022

Bus time tables at Lascaris bus stop are being updated to reflect changes in ferry schedules so that the bus service will continue to provide seamless connectivity between Valletta, university, hospital, MCAST and the Valletta fast ferry terminal.

Malta Public Transport announces temporary changes in Gozo routes - 07/01/2022

Change in public transport schedules over Christmas week 2021 - 21/12/2021

Malta Public Transport announces that Sunday schedules will apply on Christmas, Saturday 25 December, and New Year's Day, Saturday 1 January.

TD30 and TD31 - Suspended - 20/12/2021

Kindly note that routes TD30 and TD31 are suspended until further notice.
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