08.03.2013 Changes on the international lines from March 31st 2013
913, 971, 987
With shifting to summer time, the arrival times in the schedules are changing according to the local time. Instead of the previous 2 hour time difference between Estonia and Russia, the time difference between Estonia and Russia from March 31st to October 26th is 1 hour. This means that when traveling to Russia, the clocks should be adjusted forward one hour; and when traveling to Estonia, the clocks should be adjusted backward one hour.
The buses depart according to the local times set in the schedules.
07.03.2013 Long distance line schedules from 28.03.2013 to 01.04.2013
176, 182, 183, 187, 110, 138, 155, 156, 158, 160, 266, 292, 551, 719, 722, 723, 730, 805, 808, 820, 821, 827, 878, 879, 883, 892, 901, 905
There are some changes during Easter holidays from 28.03.2013 to 01.04.2013 in the schedules of long distance line buses that do not depart daily. Daily departures will remain according to the regular schedule. You can take a look and/or print the changes as a pdf chart.
The chart shows the long distance buses that travel (+), or do not travel (–). Daily departures will remain according to the regular schedule.
26.02.2013 New schedules from March 1st 2013 for lines no 176 and 187
Starting from 01.03.2013 the departure of the express line no 176 (Pärnu-Tallinn) at 15:30 from Pärnu becomes an additional departure for line no 187. This means new stops at Jänesselja, Are, Pärnu-Jaagupi, Libatse, Vene, Konuvere, Märjamaa, Orgita, Vaimõisa, Varbola, Kernu kpl and Kanama. The departure in question operates on Fridays and Sundays during winter (from 01.09 to 31.05), and every day during summer (01.06-31.08).
11.02.2013 Self-service ticket office now at Tallinn Airport
Traveling from Tallinn Airport to Tartu is now more convenient than ever. The self-service ticket office opens at the Tallinn Airport on next Friday, making it possible to purchase tickets to all the Tartu lines going through the airport. Payment options are by card or with the client contract credit.
31.01.2013 SEBE received the culture friendly company award
SEBE was one of the fifty Estonian companies that was recognised by Rein Lang, the Minister of Culture, for longtime support of Estonian culture. Kuldar Väärsi, SEBE Chairman of the Board, accepted the award and certificate at the event held at Tallinna Linnateater on January 30th. We would also like to thank everyone, who thought us worthy of such recognition!
The Ministry of Culture started recognising the culture friendly companies last year. All fifty this year´s laureates were presented by cultural organisations.
18.01.2013 We are waiting for your suggestions on the film selection at Hourly Express.
The film selection in the Hourly Express buses on Tallinn-Tartu line will be updated next month. Everyone can vote for their favourite among a hundred films via Facebook .We are waiting for your suggestions on updating the film selection on Hourly Express buses!
Please let us know of your preferences by commenting the announcement on SEBE Facebook or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We give away 25 Hourly Express vouchers to 25 lucky voters.
17.01.2013 We begin with training programme for bus drivers
We have begun with a program that aims to give the possibility to acquire the trade of a bus driver and a position. During this program, SEBE will pay for the D-category driver´s licence, the bus driver qualifications course and guarantees work on Tartu city bus lines.
16.01.2013 Students recognised AS SEBE as the company of the year
The Federation of Estonian Student Unions recognised AS SEBE as the company of the year 2012. The award was received thanks to the Youth Express line which was significantly improved last year.
Last week, The Federation of Estonian Student Unions (EÜL) awarded the best doers and deeds of the last year. On Tuesday, Jonne Viinamägi, the Vice Chairperson of EÜL, presented the company of the year award to Kuldar Väärsi, Chairman of the Board at SEBE.