"I'm not sure if making public transport free here in Luxembourg will take more people out of their cars", he said.
It's hoped that by 2020, all tickets for public transportation will be abolished, leaving no need for fare collection and policing of ticket purchases and a significant reduction in traffic congestion. But details of the plan still require some hashing out as there's yet to be a decision on what to do about the existing first- and second-class compartment on some trains.
Opinion polls before October's poll had indicated that the Christian Social People's party (CSV) - led for 19 years by the European Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker - would end Bettel's five years as prime minister.
Einstein's 'God letter' sells for $4.2m
According to The Guardian , Einstein wrote to Gutkind in response to his book titled, Choose Life: The Biblical Call to Revolt . The bidding for the letter ended at £170,000 ($217,000), with evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins among the beaten bidders.
Indian bat Pujara content in Kohli shadow
The 14-man squad announced two weeks ago was dismissed by local media as the worst collection of Australian batsmen in history. I want him to play because he is technically better than the rest of the batsmen apart from Virat.
RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.5%
The 10-year government bond yield closed at 7.441%, a level last seen on 13 April, from its previous close of 7.573%. This is for the second time in a row that the central bank did not tinker with the interest rate.