New pass to allow seamless travel across Slovenia
Slovenia will introduce a new public transport pass on 1 June to allow passengers to use all public transport available in the country except for city transport. Integration of city public transport into the system is planned by the end of the year, according to the Environment Ministry.
The new pass will allow seamless travel across the country with different modes of transport and providers. Public transport in cities will be integrated in the next phase, with the timeline depending on the budget for 2024.
Passengers will pay €70 for a monthly pass and €560 for a yearly one. A transferable pass will be available at €90 for the monthly and €720 for the annual pass.
Shorter duration passes will also be available at €15 for a one-day pass, €20 for a three-day pass and €35 for a weekly pass.
Children from the age of 6 to 15 will be eligible for a 50% discount on all tickets if they do not already hold a subsidised pass.
Passes for integrated public transport have been available in Slovenia for some years but are limited to one route.
Since 2021 students have been able to book a subsidised country-wide annual pass for €200 excluding city buses.