Information on Föli

Information on Föli

Turku Region Public Transport, also known as Föli, is a collaboration between Turku, Kaarina, Raisio, Lieto, Naantali and Rusko.

  • The joint public transport services of these six municipalities were launched on 1 July 2014.
  • A flat rate is applied to the entire region, which means that passengers are charged the same price regardless of the distance travelled. In other words, the same tickets are valid across the region.
  • The public transport system’s name is Föli. The name Föli has its origins in Southwest Finland. In the southwestern dialect of Finnish, the phrase ‘ollaan fölissä’ means ‘being onboard’.
  • On the streets, Föli is visible in the bright yellow buses driving by.
  • A total of 25.7 million journeys were made in 2016.
  • The payment system used on Föli buses is for the most part based on a variety of bus cards. You can buy a single ticket from the driver. Mobile tickets are also in use. Read more about the different types of tickets and prices.
  • Each of the six municipalities in the Föli region has its own service point, and loading points can also be found in supermarkets and department stores in the region, among other places.
  • Föli bus routes and timetables are planned by the Regional Public Transport Service Office.
  • The operator for regional public transport is selected through a tender procedure.

 

 

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