Burgasbus operates both diesel buses and the Burgas trolleybus system. Over 850 employees work for the company.
In 2007, soon after its coming into power, the new management of Municipality of Burgas started subsidizing Burgasbus, so that the company could afford to buy new and comfortable buses and trolleybuses. By now the firm possesses around 200 buses and 20 trolley buses, but still the majority of them are amortized.
An important contribution to renewing the rolling stock has the former mayor of Burgas Mr. Ioan Kostadinov. In 1996 a great purchase was made with 30 brand-new Chavdar buses, made in Bulgaria. In 2005 12 recycled buses were bought. In 2008 another substantial renewing of the rolling stock took place when over 20 recycled buses, 10 recycled trolley buses and 10 brand-new Tedom buses were bought.
4, 5, 8, 12, 12А, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 18А, 30, 32, 61, 62, 121, 209, 211 and the trolley-bus line. Burgasbus Ltd. services lines to almost all the districts and suburbs of Burgas.
Тhe two bus stations in the town are a property of Burgasbus as well. South bus station is situated on the Bulair Blvd. near the railway station and West bus station is situated in the north industrial district next to Billa hypermarket.
In the vehicles of the firm passengers are charged immediately after their boarding by a conductor. Due to the town council of Burgas, Burgasbus offers low-cost season tickets for pupils and students, currently studying, and pensioners (above 65 or 70 years old).
Chavdar 141, Chavdar 120, MAN SG, Mercedes-Benz 0405G, NEOPLAN N4015, Mercedes-Benz O345 Conecto, Setra SG219, MAN NG, MAN NL, Mercedes-Benz O405N, TEDOM C12G. Chavdar 120 buses have become the badge of Burgas transport. The only ones 20 manufactured pieces are owned by Burgasbus.
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