Tuesday, November 11, 2014

International Free Public Transport Conference in Zory, Poland

Tallinn: "On 6 November 2014, Zory hosted an international conference of free public transport.

Zory became an international arena for exchanging views on free public transport. The conference was addressed mainly to representatives of local governments, but also research institutions, movements and companies involved in the management of public transport. The purpose of the conference was to disseminate knowledge about free transport. Cities that have implemented such solutions, presented their case.

The forum was opened by the Mayor of Zory, Waldemar Socha. Other presentations were given by representatives of Tallinn (EE), Trentino (IT), Academy of Social Sciences in Chengdu (CN), Saxion University of Applied Sciences (NL), as well as Zabki, Gostyn and Żory (PL)."


Saturday, November 8, 2014

Campaign against fare-hikes in Barcelona . .

Friday, November 7, 2014

Swedish report on the the international conference on free public transport

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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Zory, Poland, international conference on free public transport

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Żory, Poland: International conference on free public transport comimg up November 6th

In May of this year, Zory, Poland introduced unconditional fare-free buses in the community. It has been a success. Now people from Estonia, China, and other cities will meet there November 6th to discuss free public transport.

Żory: International conference on free communication in a few days • Business, investment and economy in Żorach • tuZory.pl: "The news of the introduced on 1 May in the Free Public Transport Żorach went around the whole country. About this event also learned world. The number of passengers using urban transport has increased, which is visible to the naked eye. And now an international conference will be held for a week in our city."

Every economist knows that cars are subsidized

The turning point of public transport: "All economists know that the driver does not pay the negative externalities caused by his car. Despite what he thinks in general, the motorist is subsidized with public money even though it is a particularly destructive and polluting private trip. And at the same time, we do charge users of public transport and debate more or less regularly for the opportunity to raise their rates!"

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

#Freetransit getting more popular day by day in Poland