68 comments

  • Jonáš F.
    03/01/2018 23:14

    Lets stop purchasing china's products an the pollution goes down.

  • JD W.
    03/01/2018 14:28

    This should be across the world...

  • Konrad C.
    03/01/2018 00:05

    Bożena Zakrzewski

  • Mateo I.
    02/28/2018 23:29

    Aqui no hace falta estar pendiente de los revisores

  • Sophie B.
    02/28/2018 20:49

    Whoah this is great.

  • Gerald M.
    02/28/2018 20:19

    , nice! Wir können also gratis durch die City düsen 😍

  • Роман Ф.
    02/28/2018 19:35

    Безкоштовним він був і є для громадян з таллінською пропискою.

  • Alberto Z.
    02/28/2018 19:14

    "no ma camminiamo in pieno inverno, sennò dobbiamo pagare il biglietto" semicit.

  • Lecter K.
    02/28/2018 18:45

    There is no such thing as FREE transport.

  • Szerecz S.
    02/28/2018 18:18

    Eestimaa on tore!

  • Paul S.
    02/28/2018 17:52

    So let me see if I get this straight. Low income people were using the car before public transportation was free and they were affording a car although they had low income and now with free public transportation people are using it more. Here's my question. How can low income people afford a car but not a monthly ticket for the public transportation??? I mean....how expensive was the monthly ticket for Tram or Electric Bus or both????

  • Sadia W.
    02/28/2018 17:09

    Wish they did this in the UK . Buses and trains cost an Arm and a leg . But the tories don't give a shite about the poor or air quality so we'll continue to suffer I guess .

  • Zanda E.
    02/28/2018 16:23

    Andrejs

  • Tony R.
    02/28/2018 16:08

    Love the old trams and busses. Gives a certain nostalgic feel...

  • Ashley W.
    02/28/2018 15:50

    It all depends on how good it is.

  • Metàlu J.
    02/28/2018 15:45

    Ušakov vot lohi ne?

  • Daniels J.
    02/28/2018 15:31

    Rīgai tas varētu palīdzēt?

  • Jörg S.
    02/28/2018 15:08

    so it didnt achieve the set goal but they will still expand the policy to waste even more money? sounds like public sector logic, alright.

  • Anđelo M.
    02/28/2018 15:01

    air polution? why dont you force china and india to reduce their industry based on pollution which is far more extreme than all conties in europe combined, instead of forcing small fishes to stop drive "big air polutants"

  • Stephen O.
    02/28/2018 12:50

    dis true?