Free Public Transport in Luxembourg

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-luxembourg-politics-transportation/luxembourg-becomes-first-country-to-make-public-transport-free-idUSKBN20N0RX?fbclid=IwAR02z9gMLwNvMTTnewUWSBbF5fEp15U9nxdx9NahyxVB6I4hZb1XpzV6BGU

Even before public transport becomes free from last Saturday, Luxembourg households paid only 0.6% of their total monthly expenses on bus and train fares, the lowest in the European Union where the average household pays 2.5%., Belgium 1.1%, Denmark 1.4%.

How much of the average household budget do Singaporeans spend on public transport? A much higher 3.5%.

What should Singapore do to bring First World welfare to the people, not only in public transport but in many other essential services, all without increasing any taxes or bankrupt the country? You can read about my proposals in my economic plan “Take Back Our Money, Be True First World” available at https://tanjeesay.sg

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