Full implementation of the integrated passenger transport system is expected after the construction of the second track of the railway from Škrljevo to Jurdan. According to the plans of the Croatian Railways, the preparation of the entire documentation for this project, including property legal preparation, should be completed by 2020. Stations outside the city limits (Jurdani, Škrljevo, along Matulje, Rukavac and Jušići) will be used as end points. The length of the route within the city limits is approximately 18 km. Cover photo: HŽ Construction of the second track and establishment of a high-speed city railway The following urban / suburban railway stations are being built along the corridor: Pavlovac, Martinkovac, Marčeljeva Draga, Kantrida / Zamet, Krnjevo, Mlaka, Centar (Station), Zagrad, Školjić, Sušak, Pećine, Podvežica, Vežica, Draga, Sveti Kuzam. The joint monthly ticket HŽPP – KD Autotrolej enables train transport within 4 zones and Autotrolej buses. City trains on the route between Jurdan and Rijeka will run with 12 departures per day, while on the route Fužine – Rijeka – Fužine there will be 14 departures per day. The system of integrated passenger transport by Croatian Railways trains and Autotrolej buses has been put into operation. Thus, from September 01, passengers in the area of Rijeka, Bakar and Matulji can also travel by train with Autotrolej tickets without additional payment. This is the beginning of the implementation of integrated transport in the Rijeka area, which aims to increase the number of public transport trips, which will lead to a reduction in the number of cars on the roads, increase road safety and reduce exhaust gases, say the city of Rijeka. The agreement on long-term partnership in the development of integrated passenger transport in the City of Rijeka, as well as the Agreement on Encouraging Integrated Passenger Transport by Applying Workers’, Students’ and Pensioners’ Subscription Tickets, was signed in June this year. route Rijeka – Šapjane – Rijeka. The construction of the second track on the existing line Škrljevo – Rijeka – Šapjane includes the reconstruction of the existing railway stations and stops on the section in question and the construction of new railway stops in the function of urban / suburban traffic. With one ticket to the train and bus “The full integration of the railway into public city transport will follow the construction of the second track between Škrljevo, Rijeka and Jurdan, and until then with this project we want to return to the users the habit of using the railway for daily trips to and from the city. To this end, new stops will be opened in the area of Bakar and Matulji by the end of the year, and the stop at the Fenica Theater in the center of Rijeka is expected to be completed in January next year.”Said the Mayor of Rijeka, Veljko Obersnel. Photo: City of Rijeka Thus, from now on, trains transport passengers from Šapjan in the west, to Fužine in the east, where passengers use a single monthly subscription ticket for transport by train and city buses.
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