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Will more countries follow the growing trend of free public transport?

Germany and France have decreased or removed public transport fares.

In Dunkirk, France, public transport was made free for all from September 2018 – even for tourists.

Registered residents in Tallinn, Estonia can now access fare-free services on buses, trams, and trolley.

To decrease the number of private cars on the road, Luxembourg’s new government has made public transport free for all.

Will free public transport help to lower the number of cars on the road?


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