The summer timetables run from 15 June to 9 August 2018, with a few exceptions.
Changes to bus services from 15 June
Bus 805 (Itäkeskus-Myllypuro) will no longer call at Olavinlinnantie and Itäkeskus swimming hall.
In Sipoo, route 996K will run via Spjutsund during the summer season. The route has one service in each direction Monday to Friday.
The following school bus routes stopped running on 1 June: Helsinki internal route 91, Espoo internal routes 70 and 71, and Vantaa internal routes 37, 38, 44, 75 and 88. Also the Sipoo routes 984, 992, 993 and 994 stopped running on 1 June. Route 994K will resume operation on 15 June.
U line services switched to summer timetables on 1 June.
Routes 58, 58B, 504, 505 and 506 are diverted in Pasila until 21 June. (More information about traffic arrangements in Pasila in summer 2015)
Changes to tram services from 15 June
Tram route 8 will be diverted from 15 June to run along Hämeentie, Sturenkatu, Läntinen Brahenkatu and Helsinginkatu in both directions due to street works on Helsinginkatu. The diversion will remain in place until 9 August.
Tram route 9 will be diverted from 27 July to 9 August for the same reason. The tram will run in both directions along Kaarlenkatu, Helsinginkatu, Läntinen Brahenkatu, Sturenkatu and Aleksis Kiven katu.
Tram routes 7A and 7B are diverted in Pasila due to street works. Bus 7X replaces the trams between Pasila station and Töölö. The diversion will remain in place until 30 August.
Changes to Metro services from 15 June
The Metro will run every five minutes also during peak times between Ruoholahti and Itäkeskus. On the Ruoholahti-Mellunmäki line and Ruoholahti-Vuosaari line, the Metro will run every ten minutes. The arrangements are due to the renovation of Myllypuro Metro station, due to which only one track will be in use at the station.
HSL does not publish summer timetable booklets
HSL does not public summer timetables booklets this summer. The summer timetable season is only eight weeks long as the autumn timetables will come into effect on 10 August. In addition, an increasing number of passengers are using the various online and mobile service to access timetable information.
Route-specific timetable leaflets are available on buses and trams as well as at HSL's service points at the Central Railway Station, in Itäkeskus and Pasila. In Espoo and Vantaa, Citizens’ Offices have timetables leaflets for routes operating in the area. U line timetables are available on the buses.