Tallinn: Free Public Transport

reevolution_banner-600x145From the beginning of January, Tallinn is the first capital in the EU to provide free public transport to its citizens. To be entitled to freely use public transport in Tallinn, citizens of Tallinn have to purchase the so-called ‘green card’ (EUR 2) and personalise it. People from outside Tallinn can also buy the ‘green card’ which enables them to load the needed amount of money to use public transport. Since the implementation of free public transport, a significant increase of the number of registered Tallinners can be observed. Read more


International Workshop on “Free Public and Accessible Transports” in Berlin

Free public transport, accessible to everyone, can and will help to overcome social exclusion and resolve social, ecological and global problems in a democratic and sustainable manner. Public transport must be funded fairly based on a spirit of solidarity and that it therefore must be fought for. To achieve this, violence-free radicalism in defending, democratizing and appropriating public goods is indispensable.

Symposium for a social railway

Auf zur Europäischen Konferenz BürgerbahnSymposium on a social railway on Saturday, 16/05/2009 with opening events on the evening of Friday, 15/05/2009 in Düsseldorf and Cologne. Organised by the German coalition against railway privatisation “Bahn für Alle”, the German Green Party (North Rhine-Westphalia) and the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT), Britain. See pdf-Flyer or read more