STCP now runs according to Saturday hours
STCP - The Society of Collective Transports of Porto announced it will reduce the service provided to the public transport of passengers, starting today, 23rd March, in the scope of the contingency measures to fight CoVid-19.
Airliners cut back international flights amid travel restrictions
Three airliners reduced or supressed international flights to Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport, in the context of the current situation of public health emergency due to the spread of the new coronavirus.
Pedestrian crossings have more instructive signpost in the city of Porto
Porto Municipality is installing a new system for pedestrian crosswalks, in trafiic lights lamp posts all over the city. The new signposts placed by the pedestrian crossings are more appealing and instructive. The purpose is that pedestrians use this system, thus increasing road crossing safety.
Share riding scooters and bicycles on public roads in Porto, starting 15th March
The Municipality of Porto encourages and promotes good rider behaviour, safe and tidy parking, and ultimately sustainability. Know that there are parking spaces for micromobility and that specific regulation must be observed. All is stated at the Porto City Hall website.
Porto Tube starts 2020 with two new tube trains
As of 6 January, Porto subway will add two new tube trains to its fleet; these new carriages have longitudinal seats, which will enable greater traffic fluidity and passenger accommodation.
Porto City Hall bets on smart mobility in the city
Porto City Hall is pioneer regarding smart mobility in the city, as it prepares the regulation of shared transportation programmes, namely dockless bicycles and scooters that are deployed in the public right-of-way for use by members, customers, or the general public.
Via Verde City Planner is your newest best friend to avoiding traffic in Porto
The Via Verde (literally "Green Lane"), which is an electronic toll collection system applied to all toll roads and bridges in Portugal since April 1991, and which is operated by multiple operators, the main being Brisa - Auto-estradas de Portugal, has launched a new app in the city of Porto which offers live traffic reports to help solve congestion problems within the city.
Porto Metro Network makes deaf travel friendlier with Avatar
Aliados Metro Station is equipped with a sign automatic two-way language translator on the floor -1, as of this Thursday, 18 October. It encompasses an interactive giant screen, which can operate in six languages and whose fundamental mission is to support deaf users regarding Metro Network FAQ.
Fridays and Saturdays offer nonstop metro in Porto
Each Friday in Porto, the 5th MOVE Porto Metro 24H provides nonstop metro service every Friday and Saturday. Revellers can enjoy Porto by night without cutting their outings short in the Invicta as MOVE ensures safety, mobility and comfort in the context of nightlife transport availability.
Travel around the city by bicycle
The coming "Ambiente em Família" initiative (in English it translates as "Exploring the outdoors with the family") is set to happen 2 December and the "special guest" is the bicyclem, starting at 10 am, at the Centre for Environmental Education in Pasteleira Park.