Serhat TUNAR -TDO- It has been announced that free concert and museum tickets will be given to people who choose to use public transport, bike or walk instead of passenger cars in Vienna, the Austrian capital.
In Vienna, which has been at the top of the world's most live able cities in recent years, a new application has been launched to minimize carbon dioxide emissions and encourage public transport by the decision of city council members.
Residents using a smartphone app developed by the municipality of Vienna will be able to earn free tickets to museums, concerts, theatres and similar events if it proves to prevent the release of 20 kilograms of carbon. Christina Hubin, who is responsible for the project, said the application will start on February 26 and the trial period will be limited to 1000 people will continue for 6 months. If the application is successful, all city residents will be able to benefit from it with the opening of schools during the fall season.
Officials say it is enough for a Viennese to use public transport or bicycle or travel on foot in the city for about 2 weeks to prevent the release of 20 kilograms of carbon.