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