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The first type of transport in the history of transport in České Budějovice was a horse-drawn railway. Its father was František Josef Gerstner and his son František Antonín who got the privilege of constructing it in 1824.


As every year, the significant financial resources of the company were used for the modernization of the vehicle fleet. There were purchased 2 short buses of Citelis Irisbus type and 2 buses Iveco Crossway LE and also 2 articulated buses Škoda 25Tr Irisbus. All buses are low-floor.

There was made a radical decision on selling the sums due from the passengers without valid tickets which had a considerably positive impact on the business result in 2008.




On 1 January 2000, the new check-in and information system was introduced. The vehicles were equipped with new on-board computers and ticket stamping machines. There was also put into operation the first complete information system for the blind in the Czech Republic.

As for individual types of vehicles, the vehicle fleet of the Transport Company included 66 buses Karosa, 19 low-floor buses Karosa-Renault, 41 trolleybuses Škoda 15Tr and 5 low-floor trolleybuses Škoda 21Tr.




Bus transport kept on developing and after 1972, there were already 11 routes in České Budějovice with the total length of 57 km. Towards the end of 1988, the network of MHD (city public transport) achieved the length of two hundred kilometres.