The introduction of Malta Public Transport's electric buses will significantly reduce emissions, including a 70% cut in greenhouse gases, reduced noise pollution and enhanced energy efficiency.
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Intelligent Transport Advisory Board member, Carol Schweiger, discusses the benefits and challenges of implementing new payment technologies in public transport systems, such as mobile fare payment and contactless payment readers, while highlighting the importance of ensuring that these technologies are user-friendly and accessible to all passengers, including those who may…
Malta Public Transport achieves record-breaking 5.8 million bus passengers in May 2023, indicating a growing preference for sustainable travel and prompting the need for bus priority measures to sustain the positive trend.
With increased frequencies and the inclusion of Night Routes in the Free Public Transport scheme, Malta Public Transport aims to provide a reliable and efficient transportation system throughout the night for passengers.
Tallinja Card users will be able to benefit from free transport services on Malta Public Transport's Day Routes, Night Routes and Special Services from 1 October 2022.
Representing an investment of €1 million, the new electric buses mark the beginning of Malta Public Transport's decarbonisation plan and demonstrates its commitment to operating in an environmentally-friendly manner.