New Smart City Service in Dubrovnik to Help Manage Traffic in Old Town

Daniela Rogulj

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The City of Dubrovnik has launched a new service on the city administration’s official website, where you can buy vouchers online for stopping in special traffic zones. 

This is yet another in the series of Smart City measures to better coordinate and manage traffic in the contact area of the old city core, which is most heavily burdened by crowds, reports HRTurizam on July 26, 2019.

Namely, with this service, travel agencies and vehicle owners will be able to buy online vouchers according to available periods, which will significantly accelerate the process on-site in special traffic zones. For vouchers purchased on the internet, employees will not have to create an invoice and pay for bus drivers and tourist guides.

Thus, this will reduce crowds, evenly allocate the burden on city entrances, and help to achieve sustainable traffic management. This service will also greatly facilitate the organization of agencies because they will immediately receive a bill for their fee, while the billing process is significantly shortened.

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By the end of the year, online purchases will be an additional option with the current billing method, while by 2020, the service will be completely transferred to the online voucher format.

Recall, the decision to stop and park tourist buses and personal cars (8 + 1) in special traffic zones, regulates the stopping and parking of tourist buses and personal cars in the wider area around the historic core of the city, which includes Zagrebačka Street, Pile, Ploče, the area behind the city, Zlatni Potok and Sveti Jakov.

The fee when each individual vehicle stops, parks, and unloads passengers is as follows: for personal cars (8 + 1) 200 kuna, medium buses from 9 to 30 seats are 400 kuna, and for buses over 30 seats, it is 800 kuna. All fees are charged between 1 March to 30 November from 7:00 to 21:00.

You can find the vouchers in e-services of the City of Dubrovnik here.

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