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Bus system on Gozo

Online since: 09. April 2013

Bus system on Gozo

Buses are the only public transport on Gozo and Malta. Compared to the car, it is also the cheapest way of transport. However, on Gozo the buses operate less often than on Malta. With the reformation of the bus system in July 2011, the buses on Gozo, too, were exchanged for modern vehicles and the bus routes restructured. Now there are ten bus lines that run every hour in every direction. Line 301 between Gozo’s capital, Victoria (Rabat), and the ferry port Mġarr, from which you can travel to Malta, is an exception.

Each bus can transport roughly 50 passengers. Each ride, regardless of how many stations you pass through, costs 2.20 Euros for 2 hours. The day ticket costs 2.60 Euros and the week ticket costs 12 Euros. Tickets can be bought at the ticket office in the bus station Victoria, at the ticket machines in Victoria and Marsalforn or on the bus itself.

Overview of all prices: http://www.arriva.com.mt/ticket-type?l=1

In Gozo, the main bus station is located in the Triq il-Putirijal (Main Gate St.) in Victoria (Rabat). Except for line 322, which runs from Marsalforn, along the coast to the ferry port Mġarr, all buses run outwards from this station, which is located at the centre of the island, in all directions to the towns along the coast. Each bus has a number in the windscreen informing passengers about the route of the bus. Since the reformation, buses run in winter as they do in the summer, once every hour.

Here you will find an overview of all bus routes on Gozo.

A bus timetable can be obtained either at the information office at It-Tokk, at the main bus station in Triq il-Putrijal (Main Gate St.) in Victoria (Rabat), on the buses themselves, or online on Arriva’s website: www.arriva.com.mt/gozo-routes.

S. Wagner

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