Capital of Free Public Transport -Tallinn 2013. Taavi Aas deputy mayor of Tallinn. City Budget 2007-2012 (Mio €). General Data of Tallinn Public Transport (PT). 3 types of PT (bus, tram, trolley-bus) Total number of public transport vehicles: 570
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deputy mayor of Tallinn
3 types of PT (bus, tram, trolley-bus)
Total number of public transport vehicles: 570
Bus lines: 55, tram lines: 4, trolley-bus lines: 8
In 2012 PT budget – 50,6 million €
In 2013 PT budget – 54 million
Total tickets revenue - 17,8 Mio €;
3,5 Mio € from non-Tallinners.
Free PT for Tallinners costs
12,5 Mio € annually
Social aspects: providing mobility to unemployed, low income residents
Green aspects: modal shift from cars to PT, cleaner air, less noise
Fiscal aspects: strong motivation to register place of residence, thus of increasing income tax
Makes the City more visible as the first capital and the city of that size in EU with free PT
Free PT is a step towards Tallinn as European Green Capitalin 2018
Yes -75,5%, No - 24,5%
1. Need for expanding:
2. Redesigning and better integrating the lines and schedules for all modes of public transport
3. Pushing national government to develop public transport (if Tallinn can provide free PT, other residents of the country demand the same from their public authorities).
1. Merger of two municipal public transport companies – considerable savings on operational costs.
2. New residents - those living and/or working in Tallinn, will have another strong motivation to register Tallinn as their place of residence, thus increasing personal income tax.
3. In 2013 installments to water company for water and sewage system are decrasing sharply, releasing ca 12,5 million EUR annually.
4. Widening the paid parking area, raising parking tariffs.
Butwhy not urban mobility?