Malta Public Transport has announced that from Sunday 5th July, it will start operating the summer schedule.
There will be a total of 436 new journeys on all routes during the week, as well as an increase in the number of passengers who can board the bus following an increase in demand.
In the meantime, a number of routes will be extended to cover popular beaches for the rest of the season.
Route 49 to Ghadira will also stop at Armier.
Route 74 to Zurrieq will now also stop near the Blue Grotto.
Route 101 to Cirkewwa will also be stopping at Gnejna.
Route 109 to Bahrija will also stop at Lapsi.
In Gozo, the frequency of Route 301 from Victoria to Mgarr will be increased to match the Gozo Channel Ferry Schedule.
The new schedule is available online at publictransport.com.mt.
Malta Public Transport will update the information on each stop around Malta and Gozo during the coming days.