The valleys and mountains of the western half of South Tyrol will be even better integrated into the public transport network.
There will be a significant increase in the number of services along route 261 Naturno/Naturns – Val Senales/Schnalstal and 276 Vallelunga/Langtaufers – Curon/Graun in the shape of additional early-morning and evening services as well as continuous hourly services also on Sundays. 261: Direct services to Merano/Meran will be suspended. Instead, passengers can change onto the 251 service in Naturno/Naturns or onto the train.
267 Laces/Latsch – Stava/Staben and 269 Laces/Latsch – Tarres/Tarsch services will now run every hour.
262 Val Martello/Martelltal – Silandro/Schlanders: Services will be added on Sundays and public holidays and run longer on Saturday evenings.
811 Zernez – Malles/Mals (PostAuto Schweiz) bus services will be increased both in the mornings and in the evenings.
Additional early-morning journeys will be introduced on the 272 Malles/Mals – Prato/Prad – Spondigna/Spondinig and 273 Malles/Mals – Martina route. The 274 Citybus Malles/Mals service will also operate on Sundays and public holidays. And the season will start early for the 264 Val Martello di Dentro/Hintermartell – Martello Paese/Martell Dorf service, while the 266 service will now run from Naturno/Naturns to the Texel cable car and no longer to Parcines/Partschins.
268: The hamlets Vertigen – Quadrat will receive a new year-round bus service, which will also directly connect the villages Parcines/Partschins and Rablà/Rabland with each other.
239: In the Passiria/Passeier valley, there will be two additional services late in the evening.
241: Some services to and from Corvara/Rabenstein will be extended. 251: There will be two additional trips between Merano/Meran and Stava/Staben early in the mornings.