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HB Reavis may shrink its Nivy bus station

The Bratislava region VÚC, which subsidizes suburban bus transport, is considering reducing the number of lines to the bus station in the Nivy shopping center. It argues by high fees charged by the station's owner, HB Reavis. The latter owns the carrier Slovak Lines, which used to operate the suburban buses, but in 2021 Arriva won a 10-year contract instead. The station charges €18 per bus, while the fee is €5.26 in Košice and €4-6 elsewhere. The lines would go to other stops, e.g. in Bajkalská street. HB Reavis is thus considering shrinking the station and replacing it with warehouses for Lidl and Alza.


Táto správa je z Ekonomiky DNES, denného prehľadu najdôležitejších ekonomických správ zo Slovenska.

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