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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.

Special Services NYE 2019 - 27/12/2019

Changes in bus schedules over Christmas week - 23/12/2019

Malta Public Transport will operate on a reduced schedule during Christmas week starting from Monday 23rd December. The service returns to regular schedules on Wednesday 2nd January 2020. Special Services will operate on New Year's Eve.

Help those in need by using the bus this Saturday - 14/12/2019

President George Vella today announced the 4th Edition of the ‘B’Tal-Linja għall-Istrina’ initiative that will take place this Saturday 14th December.

XAGHRA DIVERSION - 03/12/2019

Date: Tuesday 3rd December 2019 from 09:30hrs till 11:00hrs Road Closure: PJAZZA VITORJA / VJAL 8 TA SETTEMBRU (Local Feast)

SUSPENSION OF ROUTES VICTORIA GOZO - 18/11/2019

Date: From Friday 15th November 2019 until further notice Road Closure: St Francis Square (Infrastructure Works)

Updates to bus route N50 - 15/11/2019

Malta Public Transport announced the extension of Night Route N50 to serve Dingli, with effect from Friday 15th November. The circular route between St Julian’s and Rabat operates on Fridays and Saturdays and makes further stops in Santa Venera, Birkirkara, Balzan, Lija, Attard and Ta’ Qali.

New Tallinja Bike station on campus - 06/11/2019

Malta Public Transport installed a new e-bike station at the University of Malta, making it easier for students to commute between Valletta and university.

Free shuttle service for the Malta Book Festival - 06/11/2019

Malta Public Transport is operating a special shuttle service for the Malta Book Festival between Wednesday 6th and Sunday 10th November. The service is being provided free of charge and will travel between the Valletta Terminus and the Mediterranean Conference Centre, where the festival is taking place.
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