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Ikarus trolleybus along the Danube river, Budapest.

Ikarus trolleybus along the Danube river, Budapest.

On the 20th October 2013 a fire in a trolleybus depot in Opavska, Czech Republic destroyed five Solaris Trollino buses and damaged two more heavily.
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On the 20th October 2013 a fire in a trolleybus depot in Opavska, Czech Republic destroyed five Solaris Trollino buses and damaged two more heavily.

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(Source: drehscheibe-foren.de)

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Ikarus at Eberswalde Trolleybus Depot, DDR, Jan 1990
Today the last trolleybus service in east germany.

Ikarus at Eberswalde Trolleybus Depot, DDR, Jan 1990


Today the last trolleybus service in east germany.

Skoda 9Tr in Riga, Latvia (no date)
A sweet Trolleybus design. Still active in Ukraine and probably some other places.

Skoda 9Tr in Riga, Latvia (no date)

A sweet Trolleybus design. Still active in Ukraine and probably some other places.

News from Estonia: Free Public Transport in Tallinn&#160;?
After providing every citizen with free internet (guaranteed by constitution) this little baltic country may do another progressive step towards the future.
The city council of the capital Tallinn is asking the people this week if public transportation should be free of charge from 2013 on.
The city hopes to reduce car use, traffic jams and pollution in the municipality by opening up trams, trolleybuses, buses and suburban trains to everyone.
In case the referendum will end in favour of the proposal free public transport could save a four member family up to 600 Euros a year.
On the other side the city would have to bear costs of an estimated 20 million Euros a year.
UPDATE 26.MARCH:
YES! 75,5 percent voted in favour of the proposal!
Another reason to visit this little country again :)

News from Estonia: Free Public Transport in Tallinn ?

After providing every citizen with free internet (guaranteed by constitution) this little baltic country may do another progressive step towards the future.

The city council of the capital Tallinn is asking the people this week if public transportation should be free of charge from 2013 on.

The city hopes to reduce car use, traffic jams and pollution in the municipality by opening up trams, trolleybuses, buses and suburban trains to everyone.

In case the referendum will end in favour of the proposal free public transport could save a four member family up to 600 Euros a year.

On the other side the city would have to bear costs of an estimated 20 million Euros a year.

UPDATE 26.MARCH:

YES! 75,5 percent voted in favour of the proposal!

Another reason to visit this little country again :)