As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, as of today (Monday the 14th of March) ZET will be introducing a new timetable for the capital city’s means of public transport that will reduce the number of departures on most tram lines and thirteen bus lines.
To be more precise, all of the current tram lines except 1, 5, 8 and 15 will be running less often. Line 4 will, for example, instead of every 7-8 minutes from the turnoff, leave every 8-9 minutes, meaning that in one hour there will be five to six departures instead six to seven.
This new ZET timetable, they say, is being introduced due to “global circumstances affecting supply and logistics chains”. You can see the new timetable by clicking here.
A new schedule for ZET departures will also be applied in bus traffic, but only on lines 109 (Crmomerec – Dugave), 115 (Ljubljanica – Spansko – Jankomir), 118 Trg Mazuranica – Voltino), 121 (Crnomerec – Karaznik – Gajnice), 125 (Crnomerec – Gornje Vrapce), 172 Zagreb (Crnomerec) – Zapresic, 212 (Dubec – Sesvete), 224 (Dubec – Novoselec), 226 (Kaptol – Remete – Svetice), 231 (Borongaj – Dubec), 232 (Dubrava – Cret) ), 269 (Borongaj – Sesvetski Kraljevec) and 281 (Central Station – Novi Jelkovec) as was reported from ZET.
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