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    20 September 2012
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  4. News
    29 August 2011

    Loans to boost Sofia’s public transport (Bulgaria)

    1525 reads The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will lend EUR 24.96 million to improve the quality, safety, accessibility and energy efficiency of the Bulgarian capital’s public...

  5. News
    31 August 2011

    Bulgarian cities to get new rolling stock (Bulgaria)

    505 reads The Bulgarian capital of Sofia and six other major cities can expect major improvements to public transport in the next few years. Sofia’s trolleybus will be replaced by 2013, and 50 new, EU co...

  6. News
    21 November 2011

    Sofia bus drivers exposed for violations (Bulgaria)

    538 reads A two-day police operation in the Bulgarian capital will result in citations for 120 public bus drivers, including for not yielding to pedestrians at zebra crossings and running red lights. The...

  7. News
    30 May 2012

    EBRD helps clean up Bulgaria’s urban transport (Bulgaria)

    1008 reads Bulgarian cities could get more trolley buses and “green” electric taxis under an energy efficiency programme supported by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). As part of...

  8. News
    14 June 2012

    Free WiFi on bus line 111 in Sofia (Bulgaria)

    1332 reads On 4 June, a free wireless internet connection was introduced on the first bus line of Sofia’s public transport network. The pilot started on line 111, but other lines may also be equipped with...

  9. News
    13 September 2012

    Metro Line 2 opens in Sofia (Bulgaria)

    5106 reads A new 17 kilometre line, which includes 11 stations, will bring Sofia's metro rail network to 27 stations over a distance of 31 km. Metro Line 2 opens in Sofia, expanding the capital city&...

  10. News
    07 January 2014

    Sofia takes delivery of brand new trams (Bulgaria)

    1980 reads The trams, which were manufactured in Poland, will begin operating from January 2014. Bulgaria’s capital has received four new trams ready to go into operation this year. The trams, built by...