Follow the journey.
An average journey in Stockholm takes 45 minutes, which gives you as an advertiser plenty of time to tell your message. With our different formats for advertising inside of public transport, you can follow the traveler throughout the journey. Every week, close to 1.3 million Stockholmers make at least one trip by subway, bus, local train or tram.
Window panel is a double sided panel in landscape format that is visible both from the outside and inside of metro, trains and trams, making it easy to spot. It provides high frequency when the exposure time is long.
• Number: around 4,700 (Large), above 2,300 (Medium).
• High frequency of double-sided signs that are visible both inside and outside buses, subways, commuter trains and local trains.
For more exact numbers, please see the current price list or contact your sales person.
Format 500 x 320 mm.
Visible area 500 x 300 mm.
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