Effects of corona virus on Nysse traffic
The coronavirus situation also affects public transport in the Nysse region. We are monitoring the situation and following the instructions of the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) and other authorities.
Face masks mandatory on Nysse traffic from 15th March
Due to the current epidemic situation, wearing a face mask is of utmost importance. Face masks will be mandatory on public transport in the Nysse region from Monday 15 March.
The regulation applies to passengers over the age of 12. Persons unable to wear a face mask for medical reasons are exempt of wearing a mask. We do not require proof of medical reasons.
Other measures during the coronavirus situation
We do our best to provide a safe journey for all public transport users. Bus cleaning has been intensified, e.g. all contact surfaces are treated daily with a disinfectant to prevent infections. We aim to increase shifts to the most congested shifts. If necessary, the driver may have to limit the number of passengers.
Current service changes
Check your trip information in advance in the journey planner. Known canceled trips will appear no earlier than 2 days before the scheduled departure time.
Friday and Saturday night service are cancelled from 16th November 2020. The last trips from city centers to the suburbs will leave at the same time as on weekdays, ie around midnight.
There will be schedule changes to lines 1, 4, 9, 35, 42 and 90-92 from 5th April 2021. The service on line 24 will be closed on 5th April 2021.
The new timetables can be found in all our scheduling services.
- Timetables are not printed to lines or stops, as their accuracy cannot be guaranteed due to several service changes.
The situation of lines 51 and 53 can be checked on Valkeakosken Liikenne Oy's website. More information (in Finnish only) ›
Changes in train traffic can be checked on VR's website More information ›
The principles of the ticket return policy can be found in the travel card terms and conditions. There is always a handling fee for the return. Benefit tickets, such as Employer-subsidized commuter ticket, are non-refundable as the price consists of all or part of the contribution provided by the customer and the support provider.