The No. 109 and No. 110 fast bus routes will begin today, November 15. The Center for Urban Mobility will monitor its workload over the first six months of operation. It will be determined around the middle of May if it is beneficial for them to continue operating
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The No. 109 and No. 110 fast bus routes will begin today, November 15. The Center for Urban Mobility will monitor its workload over the first six months of operation. It will be determined around the middle of May if it is beneficial for them to continue operating.

The lines will move faster than the present 111 because they will skip several stops, avoid the neighbourhood, and avoid gridlock at the junctions of the Simeonovo and Dragalevtsi neighbourhoods. According to the new political party, Spasi Sofia(Save Sofia) will link significant areas and metro stations with business sectors with several job opportunities.

The route of this line begins at the Lozenets quarter, Cherni Vrah Boulevard, Ring Road, Alexander Malinov Boulevard, Samara St., and Dr Atanas St. Moskov, on the central lane of Alexander Malinov Boulevard to Samara St., and in the local roadway of “Al. Malinov” Buses cannot travel through the local streets of the “Simeonovsko Shosse” Blvd. connection when travelling on the Ring Road.

From the Ring Road and Bratya Buxton Blvd. intersection to Todor Kableshkov St., along Bulgaria Blvd., Ring Road, Alexander Malinov Blvd. (on the local lane to “Samara” street, then – in the central roadway), along “Prof. Aleksandar Teodorov-Balan” street, ahead “St. Kipriyan” street to the turning point of bus line No. 111, and back to the intersection of “Prof.

The start-end stop is at the intersection of Buxton Brothers Blvd. and Malinov” Blvd. along the route of bus line No. 111 to the Ring Road. From the “Simeonovo” lift connection to the transport junction at “Bulgaria” Blvd. and the Ring Road, the line will cross over the local lanes of the Ring Road.