Apart from renewing the service of tram routes, more changes are to be expected.
Buses will be rerouted and will serve newly built stops
Uhrovecká stop will not be served northbound.
Bus route 801 operates between ŽST Rusovce terminus and Rajka, a hungarian village.
The public transport in Bratislava is operated by Dopravný podnik Bratislava, regional bus services are operated by Slovak Lines and trains are operated by Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko and RegioJet.
Day route services at night
Last services on the majority of all-day routes depart their termini at about 23:00. There are exceptions, though – some routes even offer services shortly after
Low-floor vehicles in service
The majority of bus and all trolleybus routes offer a spectrum of services with a guaranteed low-floor or semi-low-floor vehicles on them. These are highlighted in
Routes to and from the airport
The Bratislava airport (Letisko Milana Rastislava Štefánika) is served by the following routes:
Route 61, which directly connects the airport and the main railway
The bus station
The central bus station (Autobusová stanica) is located near the city centre in the Mlynské nivy area. From 1st October 2017, there is a temporary bus station in service on
Commuting with animals small in size is allowed on public transit.
Commuting with bicycles is allowed on public transit.
Some stops of the Bratislava public transport network are request stops, which means that they will only be stopped on if one or more passengers want to get on or off at it.
Introduction to Bratislava's fare conditions
When buying tickets for the public transport in Bratislava, there are several different options to consider. The two common properties of all tickets are
Where to buy the ticket you need
Not all types of tickets can be purchased everywhere. The chart below illustrates ticket availablity for different types of tickets via different means.
Night routes will operate in more frequent intervals.
Due to the construction of a new bus station and closure of Mlynské nivy St., there are significant changes coming up in public transport around the central bus station starting on 18 February 2019.
Routes 50 205 X72 N61 will divert via Páričkova St., route 70 via Landererova St. and Košická St.
Route 901 to Hainburg an der Donau (cross-border route to Austria)
Route 801 to Rajka (cross-border route to Hungary)
Route 901 to Hainburg an der Donau (Austria)
Bus route 901 operates from Most