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Moving around the city

Buses and trams run every 12-20 minutes from 4:30am to 11:00pm (day service) and every half an hour from 11 pm. to 4.30am (night service)

Timetibles are available at the webside of the City Transport Company, they can be also viewed by the jakdojade ("how do I get to...") application.

 

The following single tickets are available: for 10 mins and for 40 mins as well as for 24-, 48- and 72 hours. They cover trams and buses. The tickets are available in:

  1. Customer Service Points, Ticket Sale Points (www.ztm.poznan.pl/bilety/sprzedaz-biletow);

  2. Ticket machines in the form of traditional paper tickets to be validated in the ticket puncher in the vehicle.

  3.  Drivers on suburban lines.

 

Notice that single 24 hours ticket validated on FRIDAY after 8 PM transfers into weekend ticket so it is good until Midnight on Sunday.

If you come to Poznań more often, you may consider obtaining the PEKA card (find out more from ztm.poznan.pl). With the PEKA card, you use the so-called tPortmonetka application on your card, having previously topped it up at ZTM Customer Service Points, Ticket Sale Points, stationary ticket machines or online. The fee you pay depends on the number of stops you travel. A season ticket is also available - the shortest period available is two weeks.

 

The best option for a longer ride through the city or a few day long stay in Poznań is a 24-hours or a 3-days ticket. The other alternative is a Poznań City Card.

 

Aglomeration of Poznań is divided into 3 tariff zones. Paper tickets cover all of the zones. However, some suburban bus lines require a separate ticket, to buy from a driver. That is mostly when going to Kórnik, Rogalin, Swarzędz and few others.

The map below shows the district of Poznań where tariff zones are marked (colors: A - green, B - red, C - yellow) and towns crossed by the bus lines organized by ZTM.

 

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