Malta Public Transport

New public transport summer schedules

07/07/2019

Malta Public Transport is updating its summer schedules in response to the increase in passenger demand. Eleven bus routes have been revised to provide a more efficient network to travellers. The changes will come into effect on Sunday 7th July 2019.

The updated journeys are listed below:

Route 31 – More trips will be introduced

Route 41 – frequency will increase from 30-minute intervals to 20-minute intervals in peak hours

Route 42 – frequency will increase from 30-minute intervals to 20-minute intervals in peak hours

Route 43 – frequency will be reduced from 20-minute intervals to 30-minute intervals

Route 48 – a slight change in the Sunday timetable

Route 53 – frequency will increase from 60-minute intervals to 30-minute intervals in peak hours

Route 212 – frequency will increase from 20-minute intervals to 15-minute intervals in peak hours

Route 221 – frequency will increase from 20-minute intervals to 15-minute intervals in peak hours

Route 222 – frequency will increase from 20-minute intervals to 15-minute intervals in peak hours

Route X1A – This route will stop operating for the Summer season

Route TD3 – this route will be extended to serve St. Julian’s bus stops ‘San ─áiljan’.

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