Oradea Transport Local

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This article is about Oradea's public transport company. For general public transport information, see Public Transport in Oradea.
Oradea Transport Local
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Municipality of Oradea
Manager István Csuzi

Oradea Transport Local S.A. (Hungarian: Nagyváradi Helyi Közszállitási Részvénytársaság) or simply OTL is the municipality-owned public transport company in Oradea. It is one of the successors of the communist-era state-owned transport company, "Intreprinderea Judeţeană de Transport Local" Bihor, or I.J.T.L.

The company operates various tram and bus lines in Oradea, being responsible for 100% of the local mass transit network. As of 2014, it also operates bus lines in the Oradea Metropolitan Area, connecting nearby thermal bath resorts of Băile Felix and Băile 1 Mai, and the towns of Betfia, Cihei, Cordău, Borş, Săntăul Mare, Săntăul Mic, Sântion and Sânmartin to the city centre.[1]


The company owns trams as well as buses.


  • Tatra T4(5) and variants: T4D(15), T4DM(6), T4D-MT(3), T4D-MS(6), B4DM(5)
  • Tatra KT4D
  • Siemens ULF A1(10)


  • Mercedes O345 (20)
  • Volvo B7R (12)
  • Liaz 5256 (11)
  • Solaris 12 (10)
  • Rocar de Simon U412 (5)
  • Renault PR100 (3)
  • Rocar microbuses (3)


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