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Bus company in regional passenger transport
PostBus aims to offer its passengers high-quality regional passenger transport. The company strives to identify its customers’ changing requirements at an early stage and to develop and provide suitable products and services in good time.
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PostBus has repaid the unlawfully received subsidies to the Confederation and the cantons. A large part of the repayment amount was recognized under retained earnings as at 1 January 2017. The operating result continued to be impacted by the repaymen...
“PostBus is a strong brand and deserves full commitment”
In November 2018, Christian Plüss, the new Head of PostBus, assumed responsibility for the largest bus company in Switzerland. In his new role, he is taking over the reins of a traditional Swiss company emerging from difficult times. Here’s a snapsho...
PostBus is a strategic partner of SBB
When services in the railway network are disrupted as a result of failures or planned construction work, buses are often used to transport passengers. Since 2018, SBB has been relying on PostBus as a strategic rail replacement partner in nine regions...
Every means of transport in a single app
The PostBus App, upgraded in March 2018, covers all public transport in Switzerland, displays car, ride and bike sharing services and links mobility services as required by the user.
Straightforward bike rental
Do you want to go shopping at the Wankdorf Center in Berne after visiting Dählhölzli Zoo? Or go from one meeting at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich to another in Zurich-Oerlikon? In Berne and Zurich, anyone who wants to use an e-bike...
“Kollibri” is a new kind of mobility experience
PostBus is testing an innovative mobility service which lies somewhere between private and public transport. It is aimed at people who commute – but also at people who have hardly ever used public transport.
From diesel engines to electric buses
A new electric Postbus is now serving the Sarnen–Alpnach route. The twelve-metre bus is powered by regionally produced green electricity – a single charge can cover about 80 to 90 kilometres. The Obwalden power station supplies electricity from rene...