Germany works on 69-euro public transport ticket

The German government wants to convert the expired 9-Euro-Ticket into a 69-Euro-Ticket and is currently negotiating with the federal states. Europe.Table learned this from government circles on the fringes of the cabinet meeting in Meseberg. It is said that there will be no offset financing of the costs for the local transport ticket via higher taxation of the private use of company cars.

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