Helsinki City Transport or HKL (Finnish: Helsingin kaupungin liikennelaitos, Swedish: Helsingfors stads trafikverk, abbreviated to HST) is the official city-owned public transport company in Helsinki, Finland. It operates the Helsinki Metro, the Helsinki tram system and the ferry system. HKL's bus operations were merged with another city-owned company, Suomen Turistiauto, to form a new bus company called Helsingin Bussiliikenne, which has since been acquired by Koiviston Auto. Until the founding of HSL in January 2010, HKL was responsible for the planning and organization of all public transport in Helsinki.
|Ville Lehmuskoski (Chief executive officer)|
|Owner||The City of Helsinki|
The mission of Helsinki City Transport is to enable equal mobility for all and to create the preconditions for a well-functioning and vital city.