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- @SiimKallasEU @seatsixtyone Swedish resplus.se system even integrates local public transport and intercity bus tickets with rail 3 years ago
- @SiimKallasEU @seatsixtyone In Sweden and UK major train operators sell each others' tickets, in Sweden they do so voluntarily. 3 years ago
- @sacilloyd Don't see any reason why it shouldn't. Let's just hope the delays in DB's new Channel Tunnel trains don't get any longer... 3 years ago
- @sacilloyd @seatsixtyone Here is DB's dog policy (in German): bit.ly/10blQ01 Dogs allowed, cost usually half price of your ticket 3 years ago
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The Economist has a very interesting summary of what the Arabic papers are saying about the Tunisian revolution. They got the translations from Meedan, a not-for-profit company that aims to promote dialogue between English and Arabic-speakers through translating web content … Continue reading