After the relaxation of security measures by the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia and the adoption of new measures and instructions on behaviour in public inter-county passenger transport, FlixBus returned to the roads on 11 May 2020 and connected Zagreb and Varaždin with cities such as Zadar, Split and Trogir. From 28 May, the connection of the southern part of Croatia continues, with Flixbus buses travelling all the way to Omis, Makarska, Ploče, Opuzen, Metković and Dubrovnik.
Passengers are still encouraged to think about their safety when buying their tickets and to use the online way of buying tickets via a free mobile application or website. This will reduce unnecessary physical contact and long queues. Special attention is paid to enhanced prevention, hygiene and disinfection of the bus area for passengers and drivers, protective equipment for drivers as well as regulated boarding and disembarking of passengers with the maximum capacity.
“Bus transport of passengers even after the situation around the coronavirus should remain an important part of a sustainable and affordable way of traveling. The allowed capacity on the existing FlixBus bus lines is mostly full. We expect further easing of the measures of the Civil Protection Headquarters in order to continue with unhindered traffic throughout Croatia and enable passengers to realize their planned tourist or business trips,” commented Ante Grbeša, director of FlixBus CEE South region.