Strætó bus routes now on Google Maps

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The train will be powered by electricity

Next step taken towards a train system in Reykjavik

7 Jun 2017 The new trains will be powered by electricity. During rush hour the planned frequency of rides will be 5-7 minutes. The municipalities of the capital area have already sent a letter to the government, asking for their support in funding the project.

Car Free Day: Bus travel in Reykjavik free today

22 Sep 2016 Today, 22 September, is Car Free Day and bus company Strætó is providing free bus transport throughout the Greater Reykjavik area.

Bieber enjoying a cold dip in Iceland last year.

Free bus travel to Bieber Iceland concerts

7 Sep 2016 Anybody with a ticket to one of Justin Bieber’s upcoming concerts in Iceland will enjoy free bus travel within Greater Reykjavik after 2pm tomorrow and Friday.

Photo: Sigurður Bogi Sævarsson

Bus fares to rise from 1 March

8 Feb 2016 A single ticket for travel on Iceland’s Strætó bus lines will cost ISK 420 (approx. €3) from 1 March, a 5% increase on the current price.

Photo: Golli

More ways to pay for bus travel on your phone

24 Nov 2015 Users of the Strætó app can from today, as well as buying single tickets, also pay for monthly passes and season tickets.

Most buses are already Wi-Fi enabled.

4G Wi-Fi on Strætó buses

24 Sep 2015 Most buses are already Wi-Fi enabled and the remaining ones are expected to be completed over the next few weeks.




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