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While newer Malta buses were progressively introduced that followed modern standard bus designs found elsewhere, customisation and detailing had continued for these buses as well.On 3 July 2011, the network of service bus routes across Malta was taken over by Arriva, with traditional buses reduced to operating on only special heritage services.Loveawake has a vast network of singles communities around the world in places such as the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, UAE, Canada, India and South Africa to name but a few. Connect with single men and women in our singles' chat rooms. Become part of network with millions of members, a community of men and women looking for dates, flirt, interested in making new friends, finding romance and life partners.

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As an iconic feature of the country, the classic Malta bus features on several tourist related items.

As the main mode of public transport across the country, the Malta bus was also used by many tourists to visit the different parts of the country.

To ensure fair distribution of both good and bad routes, the daily operation of buses was allocated on a rota basis, with buses operating on a 'day on, day off' basis, whereby one day half of the buses operate on the public routes, while the other half were used for private hire, or as school buses, or undergo maintenance.

Malta buses on public transport duties were seen in high concentrations at the main City Gate Square bus terminus at Valletta surrounding the Triton Fountain, from where the vast majority of scheduled routes departed.

Since reform in the 1970s, bus operation was centralised under a collective of the owners, the Public Transport Association, or Assońčjazzjoni Trasport Pubbliku (ATP), in 2013.