10,000 pas­sen­gers travel with the Tallinja card on the Valletta Ferry in a month

The Malta Business Weekly - - FRONT PAGE -

Since the launch of the Tallinja Ferry Ser­vice, 10,000 pas­sen­gers hold­ing a Tallinja card en­joyed re­duced rates when pay­ing with their Tallinja card for their jour­ney on the Sliema to Valletta and the Three Cities to Valletta fer­ries.

The ser­vice was launched in Septem­ber, of­fer­ing over 270,000 Tallinja card­hold­ers ad­di­tional ben­e­fits, which they cur­rently en­joy on the bus, such as the con­ve­nience of not hav­ing to carry any loose change for buy­ing tick­ets at the time of board­ing and cheaper rates.

Route 133, the Valletta cir­cu­lar route, now also con­nects both ferry quays at Marsamx­ett and Las­caris, thus fur­ther im­prov­ing the con­nec­tiv­ity be­tween the ferry quays and the cen­tre of the Cap­i­tal.

Daniel Grech, Com­mer­cial di­rec­tor for Malta Pub­lic Trans­port, stated: “Our com­pany is ex­tremely sat­is­fied that tallinja card has be­come a nat­u­ral choice when it comes to pay­ment meth­ods for travel ac­tiv­i­ties. Malta Pub­lic Trans­port will keep on work­ing so that our col­lab­o­ra­tion with Valletta Ferry Ser­vices con­tin­ues to sat­isfy the daily needs of com­muters.”

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