The Largest Free Mass Transit Experiment in the World

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by Sulev Vedler | The Atlantic | Click HERE to read article

Last January, Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, did something that no other city its size had done before: It made all public transit in the city free for residents. City officials made some bold predictions about what would result. There would be a flood of new passengers on Tallinn’s buses and trams – as many as 20 per cent more riders.