Tallinn’s free public transport leads to sharp fall in city traffic

10th May 2013 Jonathan Andrews

Within four months of initiating free public transport, the city of Tallinn in Estonia has seen a fall of 15 percent in traffic, including 7,600 fewer cars entering the city, and an increase of 14 percent in public transport use.

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