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'Free public transport' adopted in Luxembourg as world first

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 29 February 2020
Ticket-free public transport is about to begin in Luxembourg, billed as a world-first. The small EU hub aims to boost tram, train and bus usage and rid itself of traffic jams blamed on commuters using private cars.
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Luxembourg abolished fares for all trains, trams and buses on Saturday. According to Reuters, the government said it was a bid to tackle road congestion and pollution, as well as supporting low earners. For people with low incomes or the minimum wage, for them it’s really substantial. Francois...

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