SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, March 21. (EUROPE PRESS) –
Transportes Interurbanos de Tenerife (Titsa) and the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council are carrying out improvements to the information on the urban service offered to travelers at bus stops in the municipality.
The president of Titsa, Enrique Arriaga, explained that the new billboard design is much simpler and clearer for travellers, who will have a QR code to know the times of the lines, among other advantages.
The insular director of Mobility, José Alberto León, maintains that offering practical and clear information on public transport encourages its use within the city, which contributes to better mobility and the decongestion of traffic on the roads, resulting in a better quality of life of its inhabitants and a friendlier city for pedestrians.
The Councilor for Transport of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Dámaso Arteaga, explained that the new signage offers travelers clearer and more simplified information on the 33 lines that make up the capital’s urban service. “The new informative maps allow knowing which line should be used depending on the route to be taken,” he pointed out.
In addition, this new signage incorporates a QR code in which users, through their mobile phone, will be able to know updated information at all times, such as the lines that pass through the stop in question or the times of passage of the same.
The new urban network maps will be installed at the 255 stops that have shelters. In this way, 55% of the total will have the new design of more simplified and clear information posters for the traveler, distributed by zones: Anaga, Centro-Ofra-Salud and Centro-Suroeste.
The new signage complements the free Titsa app, which contains information on the lines, prices or last minute notices, among other issues.