SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Oct 30 (EUROPA PRESS) –
Transportes Interurbanos de Tenerife (Titsa) will increase by 52.4% the trips of line 102, which connects Santa Cruz and Puerto de la Cruz through Las Arenas, as of Tuesday, November 2, reaching 64 connections per day (32 in every sense).
Likewise, as of that date, the company will also increase the departures of line 103, which makes this route through El Botánico, to 61 trips compared to the current 58.
The president of Titsa, Enrique Arriaga, explained that this decision has been made due to the increase in the demand for travel between the north of the island and the metropolitan area. “
He added that the fact that more and more people use public transport to travel “is good news, not only because they are committed to leaving the car at home, but because it is an indicator of the economic reactivation of the island after the pandemic.”
In addition, he indicated that the Cabildo is working to promote the use of public transport among the inhabitants and visitors of the island. “To do this, it is committed to a quality service, with the appropriate frequencies to the demand and fast, for the latter the BUS-VAO lanes are being promoted, which will exponentially increase their next length”, he said.
For his part, the insular director of Mobility, José Alberto León, stressed that, both from the Cabildo and from Titsa, travel habits on the island are continuously analyzed to adapt the transport service to the needs of users.