Changes and disruptions in traffic
The New Turku Market Square
Public transport will be able to use the new stops at the Market Square on 31 October 2022.
Check out Föli's new stop arrangements in the Market Square.
Joint tickets for Föli and events
An increasing number of event tickets now includes a public transport ticket. This means that your event ticket doubles as a Föli ticket.
Föli is easy climate action
Choose public transport to easily reduce your carbon footprint.
Public transport is an inherently climate-friendly means of transport and an environmentally friendly choice. Fewer emissions are generated when several people ride in one vehicle.
Föli is also constantly increasing the number of low-emission electric buses in traffic. Currently, the Föli fleet includes 70 electric buses driving about 6 million kilometres per year.
Föli’s service to Kuhankuono in Kurjenrahka National Park
Some of the departures of Föli lines 21 and 23 will run to Kurjenrahka National Park in Kuhankuono.
Föli buses also run to Kuhankuono on Saturdays and holidays 25 April–30 October, 2022, and also on weekdays 6 June–7 August, 2022. The national park can be accessed with all Föli travel cards and other ticket products.
Something this good was worth waiting for – the fölläri bikes are now here! The new Fölläri bikes have much that is old and familiar – but there are some new features as well. In this blog we go through new features of the Fölläri bikes and the City of Turku, which make the Föllari bike system easier to use.