Saturday, January 7, 2017

Free travel in Luxembourg for students under 30

Luxemburger Wort : "Students from Luxembourg aged from 18 to 30 will be able to benefit from free bus, rail and tram travel in Luxembourg starting August 1, 2017.

The new measure was announced on Friday, following pressure from the "Association des cercles d'étudiants" (ACEL) and other organisations to expand the free transport offer in Luxembourg.

"We want to allow young people to study in the best conditions. This is a way for the country to invest in its future,” Higher Education Minister Marc Hansen said announcing the measure on Friday."

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Eusebio, Brazil, #freetransit since 2010.

Free Fare Movement - Brazil: "tribunadoceara : "Imagina utilizar transporte coletivo e não pagar nada por ele? Se você acha que isso é algo bem distante, engana-se. No município de Eusébio, Região Metropolitana de Fortaleza, essa é uma realidade que acontece desde 2010.""

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Missoula Mountain Line lists the benefits of Zero Fare

Mountain Line - Zero Fare: "On January 5, 2015, Mountain Line’s fixed route and door-to-door services began operating at zero-fare. Along with the addition of a second high-frequency BOLT! Route 2 and Late Evening Service, the community partnership goal was to increase ridership at Mountain Line 45 percent within the three years of the zero-fare demonstration project — that’s an annual ridership increase of 400,000!  In 2015, Mountain Line has already added an additional 350,000 rides, with hopes of this growth continuing in 2016.

What’s important to know about zero-fare? Here are some of the more significant benefits that transit agencies across the nation have found in operating zero-fare systems :"

Friday, August 5, 2016

Free trolley in Woodlands Texas

The Woodlands Trolley: "Two vintage Woodlands Trolleys travel throughout Town Center and run from 11:00am - 8:00pm, Monday through Saturday, and 12:00pm to 6:00pm on Sunday. There is no charge to ride the Trolley."

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Free Public Transport in Zagreb

Post from May 2009



Croatia Travel Blog: " Zagreb authorities have just declared that public transport will be completely free in Croatia’s capital city. Zagreb has a highly efficient tram and bus system that is about to become a LOT more crowded, at least in the opinion of  transport officials. The idea is to encourage residents to leave their car at home and leave the city center free of traffic tangles and parking problems. Let’s hope so. Let’s also hope that a few more trams and buses are in the pipeline to handle the increased capacity."