Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego

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Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego
Agency
Industry Public transport
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Area served
Warsaw
Website Public Transport Authority of Warsaw

Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego (lit. Municipal Transport Authority, translated as Warsaw Transport Authority; ZTM) is the local authority controlled body managing all means of public transport in Warsaw. The public transport companies running the lines governed by the ZTM are:

In addition to the above, ZTM contracts out some of the bus services to private companies. These include PKS Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Arriva Bus Poland, Europa Express City, Mobilis, KM Łomianki and ITS Michalczewski (until 2016).[1]

ZTM operates an integrated ticketing system based on proof-of-payment and a variety of single-use, time-limited, and long-term ticket types valid across tram, bus, rail, and metro lines.[2]

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