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The €49 ticket is scheduled to go live in Germany in May

The €49 ticket is scheduled to go live in Germany in May

However, EU Commission approval is still missing. The necessary change in the law is still pending.

The €49 ticket for all German domestic transport should be valid from May. The federal and state governments agreed on final points at a working group meeting on Friday. “The German ticket will be presented on May 1,” NRW Minister Oliver Kreischer (The Greens) announced as chair of the Conference of Transport Ministers. “So what many wish will come true on May 1st.”

The ticket can already be purchased from April, the last points have been made. In addition, there should be a cheaper work ticket across Germany if employers participate. Federal Minister of Transport Volker Wissing (FDP) I talked about a recent digital ticket. “In less than a year we’ve launched something that will fundamentally modernize public transit,” he said. “This is real progress for our country.”

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Germany Ticket is set to be the successor to the €9 ticket from Summer, which has been sold more than 50 million times. It was valid from June to August and you could travel around the country by bus and train for €9 per month. This principle should also apply to the new Deutschlandticket for €49. The carriers said that starting on May 1 was technically possible if the last questions were clarified.

It was actually supposed to start at the beginning of the year, but the federal and state governments have been arguing about individual regulations. Wissing advocated a purely digital ticket, while some countries also wanted to introduce paper tickets. Neither Kreischer nor the federal government has commented on exactly how the problem was resolved.

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In addition, the European Union Commission Still agree on the project and the regional law to be completed. Enforcement is the responsibility of local transportation associations and carriers, which in turn usually belong to federal states.