Participatory procurement for local bus lines generates higher satisfaction rates and lower costs, leading to community councils reviewing timetables and contracts twice per year.
A Municipality in Bulgaria offers free public transport by purchasing its own buses instead of hiring a company to provide the service.
Biogas and fossil-fuel free electricity now power public transport for 1.3 million people in the region around Malmö, significantly reducing carbon emissions.
A silent and sustainable public transport system in Sweden, along the pioneer bus line 755, features a wireless busstop charging system.
An Interrail pass grants free travel on trains to all young Europeans, for one month of their choice, when they turn 18.
One of the world’s most successful bike sharing schemes provides green, healthy, and accessible city transport for the masses.
The Jobticket provides discounted public transport for employees, motivating urban commuters to relieve the environment and the whole community of individualised mobility.
Public transport operational areas become dual-use intelligent distribution hubs, to help reduce delivery vehicle traffic and promote sustainability goals in the city.
Revolutionary yet simple – free public transport enhances the environmental sustainability, social welfare, and quality of life of the residents of this small country.