New Split Public Buses Now Most Modern in Croatia’s Entire Region

Lauren Simmonds

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As Morski writes, 24 out of a total of 47 new Split public buses procured for the Split-based company Promet d.o.o. were recently presented, all of which were co-financed by the European Union (EU) from the Cohesion Fund.

This first set is the delivery of the first of three groups of new Split public buses for the aforementioned Promet transport company, while the rest will arrive during the height of the summer, meaning in the months of July and August, and their total value stands at around 100 million kuna.

”We’re going to get the most modern fleet of buses not only here in the Republic of Croatia but also beyond the country’s borders. During the month of July, we will implement the new e-ticketing system, the elements of which are starting to be installed in Split public buses. As such, we can say that our passengers really are going to receive the most modern service in terms of technicality and technology,” said the director of Split Transport, Miroslav Delic.

The initial presentation of the new Split public buses took place at the Poljud statium on Thursday the 30th of June. As of yesterday (Friday the 1st of July) eight brand new solo city low-floor buses (MAN Lions City), eight solo city semi-low-floor buses (IVECO Crossway LE) and eight suburban buses (MERCEDES Intouro) began transporting passengers along the roads of the City of Split.

A contingent of articulated buses and minibuses is also expected during the months of July and August, which will add to Split’s new and ultra-modern public transport offer which will be appreciated by both locals and visitors alike.

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