Bus terminal - Via Solferino - Arriva Italia - Brescia
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Brescia Bus Terminal – Via Solferino

Complete reopening of the Via Solferino Bus Terminal!

Starting from Sunday 11 December 2022, the Via Solferino Terminal Bus will be completely reopened.
Consequently, all the loading and unloading stalls will be located inside the bus station.
Information on the new layout of the departure and arrival stalls will be available on the notice boards located inside the Terminal, on the monitors mounted in the waiting room and near stalls A2 and B4.
Below is the map with the new arrangement of stops and stalls:


Open the map and the stalls details

The internal sectors are named and classified as:
• SECTOR A – DEPARTURES; with n. 7 stop spaces from A1 to A7; external arch of the terminal
• SECTOR B – DEPARTURES; with n. 6 stopping spaces from B1 – B6; central arch of the terminal;
• SECTOR C – ARRIVALS; with n. 5 stopping spaces; internal arch of the terminal.
Each sector is delimited and equipped with dedicated sidewalks and pedestrian paths, with the aim of better regulating the movement of buses and passengers.

The departures areas are all accessible from pedestrian areas that cross the bus entry and exit entrances longitudinally and connect the terminal with the railway station and MetroBS. In the bus maneuvering area, anytransit not authorized by the Bus Station Management is forbiddeninside the terminal.

The ticket office of the bus station is open from 6.00 to 19.00 from Monday to Saturday.

Following the closure of the Via Solferino terminal, the ticket office remains accessible via the special pedestrian passage:

The monitors in the waiting room and at the two main accesses provide real-time information on scheduled departures.
Inside the Terminal, in various points, the graphic map is displayed and distributed at the internal ticket office.

The delimitation of sidewalks and / or pedestrian rest areas is marked by the yellow line drawn on the ground that passengers must not cross during the waiting periods before boarding the bus.
Similarly, stop areas and pedestrian sidewalks are well defined for bus rides arriving at the Terminal.

At the bus station, the buses of numerous interurban public transport lines of provincial authority and regional lines which, depending on the specific requirements or operating provisions contained in the respective regulatory acts, have their terminus or transit in Brescia.

Access to the bus station by carriers implies the payment of a specific fee for use, differentiated as specified below, which ensures coverage of the costs of assignment and management of the facility.

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