Residents to vote on free transportation

  • 2012-03-21
  • From wire reports
TALLINN - The Tallinn city government is set to hold a public poll of city residents this week asking them if they want free public transport, a poll which is criticized by the opposition and polling agencies, reports LETA.Tallinn will spend 259,000 euros to organize the poll, where it asks city residents: “Do you support transition to free public transport service starting 2013 on the Tallinn common ticket system routes?” with 40 polling stations across the city open for this, reports Postimees Online.The city claims on its homepage that the free transport is planned...
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