Ljubljana Public Transport
The most important task of the Ljubljana Public Transport company is to take care of comfortable public transport in the area of the entire City and 16 suburban municipalities.
There are almost one thousand people in LPP striving to provide as modern, comfortable, safe and reliable transportation as possible to the citizens of Ljubljana as well as those living in suburban municipalities who come to work or school to Ljubljana on a daily basis. By purchasing new, modern, air-conditioned and environmentally friendly buses, providing regular training for our drivers, timetable optimisation and many other projects and measures, we are already able to provide quality public transportation service; by implementing our long-term goals, we will take care that public transport in Ljubljana and the surrounding areas becomes even more reliable and comfortable and thus the best choice for travelling around the city.
About Public Transport
Entering and exiting is permitted only on bus stops. The payment of the fare respectively registration with the electronic ticket is carried out on entry. Children up to the age of six must be accompanied by their parents or other adults. Smoking, eating and drinking are not allowed on the bus. Inflammable, explosive, toxic or other hazardous materials, firearms and other objects prohibited by law may not be brought onto the bus. In accordance with the Busbonton we ask passengers not to speak to the driver during the ride, to give up their seat to older people, consider the needs of people with special needs and to pay attention to LPP property.
The electronic ticket can be acquired with an identity document on Slovenska cesta 56 in Ljubljana (LPP Information Centre), in only a few minutes. The payment can be settled with cash, payment or credit card. The ticket is issued on passenger’s name and includes the information on the type of fare. The deposit for the ticket is 4 EUR, which is reimbursed if the ticket is returned undamaged.
The electronic ticket can be renewed at the following points of sale: Avtobusna postaja Ljubljana, Naklo Logatec, Pav Vrhnika, intermediary in the sale Agencija M Servis d.o.o. IvanÄŤna Gorica and Lunga – Grosuplje. On the ticket, a type of fare and passenger’s name and surname are computer printed.
In 2010 the Ljubljana public transport company introduced the universal Urbana travel pass. The Urbana card also brought in a modern electronic payment system that enables free-of-charge travel within a period of 90 minutes from the payment of the first journey.
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