20% reduction in ferry ticket prices introduced on weekends

first_imgGreat news for all islanders, comes to us from the Agency for Coastal Line Transport and the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure.Namely, in order to encourage an increase in passenger and certain categories of passenger vehicles to the islands in the off-season, the Coastal Transport Agency, in agreement with the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, prepared a pilot project tickets on weekends, ie from Friday to Sunday.The measure will be implemented in the period from January 19 to March 18, 2018, and the recommendation of the Management Board of the Agency was accepted by Rapska plovidba and Jadrolinija, so on the ferry lines maintained by these shipowners, they will pay 20 percent less:- persons- children from 3 to 12 years- passenger car (up to 9 seats) up to 5,00 m long and / or 2,00 m high- passenger car (up to 9 seats) over 5,00 m long and / or 2,00 m high- motorcycle, moped- motorcycle with trailer, tricycle, quadricycle- a bikeDepending on the effects of the implementation of this recommendation addressed to shipowners, upon its completion, the possibility of further application will be considered, especially taking into account the indicators of increasing the capacity utilization of ships and the financial effect of the application of the recommendation.Related news: Brac and Solta are connected by a boat line for the first timelast_img read more

Away goal could prove vital for Dundalk

first_imgUCD’s European adventures continue this evening. The Students are in Slovakia to face Slovan Bratislava in the first leg of their second round Europa League qualifier.Kick off there is at 7.15.Meanwhile, Shamrock Rovers play host to Norweigan side, Odd Ballklubb in Tallaght from 8. Stephen Kenny’s side were beaten 2-1 by their hosts, BATE Borisov in the first-leg of their second round qualifier but will be hoping to build on David McMillan’s away goal.The sides will meet again at Oriel Park next week.Celtic’s pursuit of a group stages place began with a 2-0 first leg qualifier win over Icelandic side Stjarnan at Parkhead.last_img