Some more good news are coming from Slovenia for the disabled. Since June the disabled have a right to a free of charge public transport in all bigger urban cities in the country on the sunny side of the Alps!
Last year we were already reporting that in two biggest cities in Slovenia – Ljubljana and Maribor the disabled, war veterans, elderly and people in retirement have a right to free of charge public transport in those two cities. Now other cities in Slovenia – Kranj, Jesenice, Koper, Krško, Celje and Novo Mesto have followed the suit. Municipality of Velenje already provides free of charge public transport for the disabled and the elderly. With this move it means all bigger urban centers in Slovenia have free of charge public transport for the disabled, which they can use with the special IJPP card, which only costs 3 euros. The card can also be sued for public rail transport all around the country.