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Estonia to roll out free public transport nationwide

by Futures Centre, May 22
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On 1 July 2018, Estonia will create the largest 24/7 free public transit zone in the world, for residents and visitors alike. The zone covers the country’s entire territory, making it possible to travel the country’s whole network for free.

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The only exception is the capital city, Tallinn, where public transport is only free to local residents – and has been since 2013. 

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