Transportation in the capital of Estonia, Talinde, is free. In the capital of Estonia, Talin, public transportation was made free from the beginning of the year to reduce traffic and environmental pollution.
The municipality of Tallinn is planning to meet some of the city's new residents from the loss of public transport.
In Tain Aas, the first European capital where public transportation is free, Deputy Mayor Taavi Aas explained that although the implementation started 2 weeks ago, there was a serious increase in the use of public transportation, and that about half of the population preferred to use public transportation, so they planned to increase the number of vehicles. It is stated that foreigners cannot be injured from the free public transportation system implemented in Talin with a population of 420 thousand since the beginning of the year.