Group Arriva Slovenia is the biggest group of transport companies in Slovenia, providing passenger transport services in urban, suburban and interurban areas, as well as transport services on request and for various institutions. Also, a high market share Arriva achieves with its tourist activities.
The group employs 950 people and operates with 545 vehicles in almost all major cities in Slovenia (Ljubljana, Maribor, Kranj, Koper, Novo mesto, Ptuj, Piran, Il. Bistrica, Sl. Bistrica, Portorož). Group Arriva drives also international lines to Italy and Croatia and offers to their passengers daily safe and comfortable mobility solutions.
Our Business Idea
We offer to manage passenger transport on a contractual basis, in an innovative, reliable and cost-effective way. We strive to be the best choice for clients, employees and owners.
To help shape a future where passenger transport is the best choice.
To be the leading passenger transport partner across Europe.
Our values are at the heart of Arriva, they sum up what we stand for and what makes Arriva unique. Arriva values are a part of every day in Arriva and we strive to implement them in everything we do.
International strength and experiences
Arriva is the largest private owned transport company in Europe that transports more than 1.2 billion passengers a year.
Arriva is one of the leading providers of passenger transport in Europe, employing over 46,000 people and delivering 1.2 billion passenger journeys a year across 14 European countries.
Our services include local buses (scheduled and demand-responsive); inter-urban commuter coaches; local, regional and national train services; trams and light rail; waterbuses, and non-emergency patient transport.
We are part of Deutsche Bahn (DB), one of the world’s leading passenger and logistics companies, and are responsible for DB’s regional passenger transport services outside Germany.
We operate in the Czech Republic; Croatia; Denmark; Hungary; Italy; the Netherlands; Poland; Portugal; Serbia; Slovakia; Slovenia, Spain; Sweden; and the UK.
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