November 11: on Monday as on Sunday. Many changes in public transport
On November 11, the vast majority of public transport connections will run according to the schedules on Sunday and public holidays. There will be exceptions to this rule. In addition, due to the organized runs for the Independence Day, in Chorzów and Dąbrowa Górnicza, on November 8 and 11, bus traffic will be suspended. In Będzin, on the other hand, a route was marked out for 20 lines on Monday.
The majority of ZTM connections on November 11 will run as on Sunday and holidays. However, many changes have been planned on selected lines. Buses no. 26, 52, 53, 59, 109, 137, 194, 710 and 850 will run according to timetables valid on public holidays in shopping centers and will not serve stops located near them. In addition, lines 232, 250, 515 and 750 will be suspended, whose main function is the delivery and removal of customers and employees of supermarkets. Due to the organized runs on the occasion of Independence Day, public transport in two cities will be temporarily suspended. First it will take place on November 8 at 9:00 - 11:00 in Chorzów, and then on November 11 between 11:00 and 12:00 in Dąbrowa Górnicza. A lot of changes are planned in Będzin. Lines 16, 24, 25, 40, 67, 79, 97, 99, 104, 107, 125, 200, 225, 242, 269, 616 625, 721, 722 and 769 have designated diversion routes.
Information on changes planned for November 11 and difficulties related to organized runs is available on the ZTM website in the Schedule and Messages - Messages tab. The transport organizer has published 4 ads - one general and three dedicated to specific cities - Chorzów, Będzin and Dąbrowa Górncza. Passengers can also ask for details by calling the free and 24-hour ZTM helpline (800 16 30 30).
The possibility to use the urban public transport for free for citizens of Ukraine, who crossed the border in February, ends on the 31st of May. Already now we suggest, where you can buy a ticket and how to use the urban transport of the Metropolitan Transport Authority (ZTM).
The première of the report ‘Responsible Business in Poland. Best Practice’ took place during the CSR Fair, organised by the Responsible Business Forum. This is the largest in Poland review of sustainable development initiatives. As many as 6 ZTM practices qualified to it.