Greetings from the Executive Director

Dear Residents of Paks,

We are honoured to have the opportunity to rethink the local public transport system in the city of Paks. The new transport routes were defined with the approval of the working group appointed by the Local Government, after some reworking, during the planning period, a study from Institute for Transport Sciences Non-Profit Ltd.

With the new electric Solaris buses purchased by the City, a significantly higher standard of transport supply will be created, tailored to the current needs. In addition to pointing out that citywide public transport services are going to improve considerably both in quality and volume, it is also worth mentioning that all this will take place in an environmentally friendly way, without emissions. The electricity demand of the new buses will be covered by renewable energy and baseload supply from the Paks Nuclear Power Plant.

Hope to see you on board soon!

On behalf of the Paksi Közlekedési Kft’s team:

Zoltán Szabó
Executive Director

Current Traffic News

Passengers Required to Wear Mask on Board Again


According to a Government Decree, wearing a face mask is mandatory again while traveling onboard public transport, including the local services of Paksi Közlekedési Kft. from 1 November 2021.


Kossuth Lajos Street Closed Again


From 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Tuesday, 23 November, Route 2/DE buses will run along an alternate route on Kereszt Street.


Another Crash on Highway 6


Another road accident occurred on Highway 6 between Dunakömlőd and Paks, resulting in potential delays and outages across the entire line network until the end of the accident scene investigation.


Crash on Highway 6


A road accident occurred on Highway 6, between Dunakömlőd and Paks. For this reason, route 1 buses will run up to stop Anna utca only during the site investigation.