Tuesday, May 26, 2009

CDH proposes free public transport in Brussels

We want to have a capital where people from many different origins can work together in a way that they respect each other and share the same values. And that they get education, get jobs.
Mobility is a big issue for Brussels – we need to accelerate the public transport network and what’s available. CDH proposes free public transport in Brussels. The Brussels government already subsidises transport tickets. We believe that there should be better choices in terms of public transport – in terms of quality, network, frequency, cleanliness. We are a capital where people use mostly their cars and we have to change that, initially by providing better public transport that’s free for users. MedicinsSansFrontieres

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