Warsaw Public Transport / Warsawski Transport Publiczny

The Municipal Transport Authority in Warsaw, a member of the European Association of Metropolitan Transport Authorities (EMTA) and the International Association of Public Transport (UITP), organizes and supervises public transport in the Warsaw agglomeration. It provides transport to the inhabitants of the metropolis with over two million inhabitants and connects 33 neighboring communes with Warsaw. Every day, passengers make over 3 million journeys by public transport. They can use many types of tickets, including the Common Ticket, accepted by railway carriers, as well as on local bus lines run by ZTM together with the local governments of communes near Warsaw.

The Municipal Transport Authority began its operations on January 1, 1992, pursuant to a resolution of the Capital City Council

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