Widespread car-use and a constantly congested city centre in Nysa led it to develop a revolutionary programme where car owners can use the city’s public buses for free. Since the scheme started in May 2012, the number of cars entering the city has decreased, the amount of people using public transport is up and the air quality in the area has improved. And, as most car drivers did not buy tickets previously, the loss in earnings related to bus ticket sales has not been significant enough to be a problem for Nysa’s municipal office.
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