Arriva buses switch to the summer schedules on June 30th
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Arriva’s summer schedules come into force on Sunday 30 June 2013. The summer changes, which are part of the twice-a-year seasonal change to public transport, follow an intense exercise by Arriva to enhance the services offered to its customers and the benefits for commuters.
Arriva said that the summer schedules also comprise a number of new services to popular summer destinations and beach routes, improved connections with the Gozo ferry and changes to the pick-up and drop-off points at bus stations and interchanges whereby complimentary services will be assigned to bus bays in a way that commuters can garner greater benefit from the inter-connections of the network and the inter-working of services.
Arriva said it will also be launching itsthis is malta campaign, which includes a collection of timetable leaflets and posters featuring the places of interest, life and culture in the Maltese Islands, aimed as much at promoting our beautiful islands with the many tourists who visit.
Bus users are encouraged to keep themselves informed about how their bus services are changing, so that they can make the most of these changes.
Customers are reminded to pick up a copy of their new timetables from Arriva’s ticket booths in Valletta, Sliema, Bugibba and the airport and to check www.arriva.com.mt/summer2013 for more updates.
Photograph by Alain Salvary.