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Belgrade bus transport

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Public transport in Belgrade
Тrolleybuses lines in Belgrade
Тram lines in Belgrade

Although Belgrade has about 2 million citizens and a problem with traffic it does not have an underground railway system nor will it get one in near future.

Transportation by bus, trolleybus and tram
Belgrade public transport is generally efficient. In the center of Town, a bus may be faster than a car, because most streets have bus-only lanes.

Smoking is strictly forbidden in all forms of public transport in Serbia.

Frequency of bus, trolleybus and tram depends on the route and time of the day. Waiting time ranges from 3 to 15 minutes (less frequently during public holidays or weekends).

On every stop there is a board with information on city transport lines.

It’s one ticket per journey, regardless of length, and they can be used on all city public transport owned by GSP Beograd.

Tips:

  • You are advised to avoid trams if you are in a hurry
  • If there is traffic jam, trams can be better choice
  • Watch out for muggers
  • It is recommended that you keep your ticket till the end of the journey.

For assortment of tickets see article   Public transport tickets.

Transportation by express minibus
Minibuses which criss-cross Belgrade are quicker than regular city buses, all air- conditioned, smaller and very comfortable. You can only buy tickets inside a minibus and they are more expensive (120 dinars, for now)

Lines: E1, E2, E6 and E8
Carrier: CITYBUS
Patrijarha Dimitrija 12, tel. 3564-620
http://www.citybusbgd.com

Lines: E3, E4, E5 and E7
Carrier: DOMIKO PREVOZ
Rakovicki put 40, tel. 804-4990
http://www.domikoprevoz.rs

Responsible for public transport in Belgrade:
City of Belgrade - City Administration
Secretariat for Transport, 27 March 43-45
Directorate for Public Transport, tel. 3309-457
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Images credits: http://gsp.rs


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