Promet Split E-Tickets Finally Here: How to Get Yours

Daniela Rogulj

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Promet Split
Promet Split

The long wait in front of the ticket offices is finally over! Promet Split started creating contactless personalized tickets for specific categories of passengers in the new ticketing system, reports Slobodna Dalmacija

The current passengers in the new ticketing system are: pupils and students who have a summer promotion, so their monthly ticket costs HRK 100, then people over 65 years old, voluntary blood donors, and family members of missing and fallen soldiers.

As reported by Promet, production takes place at the Sukoišan bus stop from Monday to Friday from 6:30 am to 8:00 pm and on Saturdays from 6:30 am to 12:30 pm.

The cost of creating a contactless personalized ticket is HRK 20 for all categories of passengers (the monthly/annual fee is not included), and it will not need to be changed as long as it is valid.

All users of previous annual contactless tickets exercise the right to drive with them until the ticket expires and are not obliged to exchange it immediately.

For example, pupils and students should bring a photo to be scanned and their identity card, i.e., birth certificate or residence card. Pensioners over 65 living in the city of Split can be issued an annual ticket, the price of which depends on the age. It is necessary to bring: a photograph (identity card size) that will only be scanned, an identity card, and a pension slip, i.e., a certificate from the Croatian Pension Insurance Institute that they have no income.

Members of DDK Split from the area of Split (men aged 40 and over, women aged 20 and over) should bring a photo (identity card size) that will be scanned and an ID card. In addition, existing users should bring the personalized contactless card they are currently using, and new users should bring a certificate of the number of donations issued by the Red Cross.

Families of missing and fallen soldiers residing in the city of Split need a photo, the personal contactless personalized card they are currently using, or a certificate from the Department for Croatian Veterans of the Homeland War SDŽ for a new identity card.

You can find the necessary documents for each passenger category here:

The e-ticketing system has started on all 155 buses. The system has already been installed in part of the bus. By the autumn, efforts will be made to replace most tickets. Promet expects the biggest impact on pupils and students, who must change their identification cards.

Ticket machines will be available 24 hours a day, tickets can be paid by card on the bus, and tickets can also be purchased via the mobile app, where other important information will be available.

“The display map will only have to be created the first time. After that, you don’t even have to see the ticket anymore,” said Miroslav Delić, Director of Promet, at the recent presentation of the new system.

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