Promet Split Announces New Timetable with Reduced Lines

Daniela Rogulj

March 16, 2020 – Taking public transport in Split? New timetables have been released by Promet Split with reduced lines during the coronavirus crisis.

Due to the unique situation in Croatia caused by the coronavirus, and to act preventatively, from March 18, 2020 (Wednesday), the timetable for Promet Split bus lines has been altered so that on working days (Monday – Friday) the Saturday timetable will be applied for the following lines:

Lines number 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10,11,12,16,17,18, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36,  37 and 60; with the following additions:

– on line 7, an additional departure at 15:10 from the West Coast,

– on line 28, additional departures are introduced at 06:20 from Dubrava and at 16:00 from Split,

– on line 31, 32, 33 departures at 15:30 from Split,

– on line 35, departure starts at 16:15 from Split

Lines number 67, 68, 69, 71, 73, 76, 77, 80, 81, 86, 91, 93 operate according to the usual timetable, without changes, except departures on line 80 (no departures at 10:00 from Split and 10:00 from Drnis)

Night lines 23, 39 and 40 will not operate until further notice.


Promet lines operating in the wider area of Trogir on weekdays (Monday – Friday), will run on the Saturday timetable, with the following additional departures introduced:

– on line 49 Vinisce-Trogir 17:50

– on line 51 Trogir-Ljubitovica 15:30

– on line 52 Trogir-Vinovac 15:30 

– on line 47 Trogir-Dograde 15:30

– on line 49 Trogir-Vinisce 15:30

– on line 52 Trogir-Vinovac 22:25

Direct lines departing at 07:00, 07:30 and 08:00 from Trogir to Split are also canceled.

This timetable will be in force until further notice, following the development of the situation. In coordination with the Civil Protection Staff of Split-Dalmatia County and the City of Split, additional changes to the timetable will be introduced, which will be announced promptly.

Recall, Promet disinfected the interiors of all 160 city buses in its fleet last week.

“In agreement with the City Civil Protection Headquarters, our goal is to increase safety for our passengers and drivers,” said Transport Director Miroslav Delić, adding that in addition to disinfecting buses, disposable gloves for all drivers, hand disinfection gels and protective masks that drivers can use at their discretion are also available.

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