“There’s no doubt that we not only cover the costs, but also come out with a surplus.”
Estonia made waves in 2014 for becoming the first country to offer digital citizenship and for using blockchain technology to transform civic life.
Now the country is improving the physical experience of being a citizen by offering free public transportation.
After providing free public transportation for five years in the capital city of Tallinn, the Estonian government is ready to expand the service to the entire country, according to Pop-Up City.
Once that happens, anyone who has a “green card” can ride buses, trains, and ferries whenever and wherever — without charge.
The announcement makes Estonia the first country in the world to offer the service.