Public transport in and around Bratislava changes

Transport companies respond to the changed usage of public transport due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic.

The normally busy Obchodna Street in central Bratislava. The normally busy Obchodna Street in central Bratislava. (Source: SITA)

Public transport companies operating in Bratislava and its vicinity are changing their schedules to better fit the changed usage of public transport due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Closed schools and business have resulted in a lower usage of public transport and a following drop in sales for transport companies.

The Bratislava Transport Company (DPB) operating public transport in Bratislava, is introducing a special timetable for trams and trolleybuses as of Monday, April 20. With this change DPB is responding to the reduced number of passengers. It promises that this change will not mean any loss of connections, only an extension of waiting times.

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