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Free Public Transport for Driving Licence Holders

In an effort to get people to use public transport and leave their cars at home more, all of next week (16-22 September), Bratislava public transport company BDP is offering free transport to anyone who holds a driving license.

Free ride (c) The Daily.SK

The week-long campaign is a nice gesture that will cost public transport over the short term, but might prove profitable over the long term as more people see the benefits of using public transport, instead of driving a few kilomtres to work, parking all day, then driving the few kilometres back home.

The idea is part of European Week of Mobility involving over 1,000 cities. In Slovakia it only applies to driving licenses issued by some EU country and the special offer cannot be used for night services or cross-border trips.

1 Comment for “Free Public Transport for Driving Licence Holders”

  1. George M

    So what EU country are excluded then does anyone know, as clearly the Editor does not or it would be reported here as a vital part of customer service ?

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