Link to the article in its original form (contains a couple of videos): https://www.independent.co.uk/trave...blic-transport-trams-buses-when-a8668496.html Luxembourg is considering the possibility of making public transport free so as to combat traffic congestion. I believe this might just be for Luxembourg City rather than the whole country. I did start a thread earlier on this year regarding if free public transport would work in the UK. I recall that there seemed to be mixed responses. For the UK, I would suggest as an experiment to have a trial in Glasgow, Newcastle, Sunderland (so as not to upset the Makems if that is the right nickname for the locals of Sunderland), Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield, Manchester, Salford, Liverpool, and Birmingham - practically those cities that are in the Passenger Transport Executive areas. Funding could come from business rates, and also the outstanding amount of tax due to HMRC that has been evaded by the likes of Phillip Green (BHS), Starbucks, Amazon, Google, Vodaphone, Gideon George Osborne, etc.