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Subsidised public transportation in Slovenia expanded

Ljubljana, 31 August - Slovenia will significantly expand subsidised public transportation starting on 1 September in an effort to boost ridership and limit the use of cars.

Ljubljana, Bavarski dvor.
Signing of the agreement between the InfrastructureMinistry and Ljubljana Passenger Transport (LPP) on free transport on LPP buses for pensioners, disabled persons, war veterans and the over-65s.
Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec and Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana, Bavarski dvor.
Signing of the agreement between the InfrastructureMinistry and Ljubljana Passenger Transport (LPP) on free transport on LPP buses for pensioners, disabled persons, war veterans and the over-65s.
Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec and Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana, Bavarski dvor.
Signing of the agreement between the InfrastructureMinistry and Ljubljana Passenger Transport (LPP) on free transport on LPP buses for pensioners, disabled persons, war veterans and the over-65s.
Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec and Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana, Bavarski dvor.
Signing of the agreement between the InfrastructureMinistry and Ljubljana Passenger Transport (LPP) on free transport on LPP buses for pensioners, disabled persons, war veterans and the over-65s.
Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec and Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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