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Main passenger terminals of road, nautical and railway traffic including public city transport and inter-city bus station are located at the eastern part of city harbour Split.

The bus station was built in 1968. Passenger traffic is constantly growing, but still hasn't reached the numbers achieved in the years before the war. This part of city harbour is used for loading, unloading and exchange of passengers, but also exchange between different aspects of traffic in course of passenger transits and loading and unloading of vehicles on ferries. Additionally, the eastern area of city harbour attracts large numbers of vehicles and pedestrians because of the imediate vicinity of the city centre and main market-place. The city harbour has a significant role in the develpment of Split during its 1700 years of existence. This is the result of traffic and geographical position of Split, where gradual development of means of communication enabled integration of traffic system.

A British expert for maritime affairs and harbours, J.F. Slogget wrote about the city harbour of Split the following: "Most ferry ports would be prepared to invest millions of dollars to achieve a possible degree of traffic integration that is now present in Split."

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