Bratislava offers diverse alternative transport.
International air transport might resume in Slovakia in July.
Transport companies respond to the changed usage of public transport due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic.
SAD Zvolen accepted a deal from the region’s representatives following a dispute over contract amendments.
The connection will link Belgium with central Europe.
The frequency of buses will decrease and the fare will go up.
The highway is crucial for the EU’s transborder Katowice-Ostrava-Žilina industrial zone.
The journey from China took a fortnight.
More tests will be made though.
RailJet trains already connect Bratislava and Zürich.
New rules for taxi services have been in force since the beginning of April.
The city is changing the traffic markings on some stretches of the affected streets.
Meanwhile, additional carriages will make commuting more comfortable.
Nearly four million people travelled with RegioJet on the Bratislava-Komárno route last year.
The Transport Ministry expects that the rental will improve the condition of the airport and its competitiveness.
Commuting from Hamuliakovo to Bratislava by water should take 25 minutes.