From the reopening of elementary schools on 19 April lower grade students will travel for free on local services of Paks until the end of the month.
We would like to inform the traveling public that our company’s Business Policy provides for the possibility of redeeming passes once purchased.
Construction of the service hall to serve the bus fleet providing public transport services in Paks, a bus wash and the office building of Paksi Közlekedési Kft. is started with the conclusion of a contract in March 2021 and the […]
Please be informed that our services will miss Szentháromság tér stop during the expected 6-month period of the closure and reconstruction of Szentháromság tér. Traffic variations will take effect on 1 March 2021. Our services will continue to stop at […]
Please be informed that we will change the departure time for the service currently departing from Öreghegy utca at 13:30 on Line 3/I on the route Öreghegy – Ipari Park to 13:20, in compliance with our passengers’ request. The change […]
At dawn on February 1, our company also entered the system of Nemzeti Mobilfizetési Zrt., through which the travelling public can also buy tickets and passes from a smart phone. In the app, you can also buy single tickets, day […]
Paksi Közlekedési Kft. started its transport management and service provision activities on Monday, 1 February 2021. As of this day, all local services running throughout the city are operated by our company to transport passengers according to the current timetable, […]
After the test operation ended on 31 December 2020, our company started to provide passenger transportation with the introduction of “promotional services” in January. The purpose of launching promotional services is to make the public aware of the new, environmentally […]
As Mayor Péter Szabó already reported during inspection of the new bus fleet, the theoretical training of the bus drivers of Paksi Közlekedési Kft. started at 9:00 a.m., 7 December 2020, to be followed by the practical training and then […]
On 4 December 2020, János Süli, Minister without Portfolio responsible for the expansion of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant, and Péter Szabó, the Mayor of the City of Paks, jointly watched the alternatively powered electric bus fleet procured from sources […]