Zagreb’s ZET Investing 200,000 Kuna in New Display System

Lauren Simmonds

Are you a user of Zagreb’s public transport system? We recently updated you on the fact that you can now use Google Maps to see whether or not your ZET bus is going to be late, just how late it’s going to be, and whether or not it’s wiser to take another, otherwise longer route to arrive at your desired destination.

Whether it’s buses or trams that you use for your daily commute, you’ll know that the Croatian capital city’s system isn’t perfect, but a new investment from ZET is set to ensure a reportedly significant improvement for passengers.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 1st of July, 2019, even on existing ZET screens that can be seen dotted along the pavements next to the city’s tram lines, the information on what’s coming and when isn’t always accurate, but passengers can at least (usually) get a general idea of when their bus or tram is set to arrive at their stop.

ZET has announced that they’re working on improving this, and that the Zagreb company’s brand new displays will be set up at all of the city’s tram stops, and they’re now in the process of getting even more of them.

As Vecernji list writes, the sixteen brand new ”passenger information display” systems will be set up at stops in the city where it’s been uncomfortably known for a while that Zagreb’s residents have been able to do little else other than speculate when their bus or tram will finally arrive.

Each of the new ZET displays will cost almost 12,000 each, and it has been estimated that all sixteen new display systems will cost 190,000 kuna.

The information screens themselves, at least according to what has been stated in the tender used to select a contractor, should arrive in Zagreb within two months, meaning that after the summer, they should definitely be fully in place and operational.

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