Bratislava’s integrated transport system spreads to Trnava

Further expansion is planned for the following years.

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The integrated transport system operating in Bratislava Region has spread to Trnava as of August 1. The current phase of the system includes the railway hub, the TASR newswire reported.

This means that passengers will be able to purchase an integrated ticket in Trnava for a local or regional train to Bratislava, and will be able to use the same ticket for public transport in the capital, explained Zuzana Horčíková, head of the Bratislavská Integrovaná Doprava company.

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Trains between Bratislava and Trnava currently run every 20 minutes during rush hour. To make the system work properly, it will be necessary to shorten the interval to every 15 minutes, said Karol Martinček, sales director of the state-run passenger carrier ZSSK, as reported by TASR.

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