I thought it would be nice if cities around the world ,(like where I live) who let their over 60s use public transport free of charge, had a reciprical arrangement with other cities. The loss in income from tourists wouldn't be great and it would make life a lot simpler.
I can use my Centro card anywhere in the UK FOC.
Do cities within Australia offer this service?
I think I'll suggest it to my city council, and see what they say.
Today I went to see the West Brom Liverpool game at the Hawthorns. My own team were away at Everton.
Parking is a nightmare round the ground, so I drove to the metro link station three stops away, parked right outside. Got on the light rail which runs evey 8 min and got off at the Hawthorns, for a five min walk to the match.
Didn't cost me a red cent.
The Baggies won 2-1 BTW.
Villa got a point at Goodison Park.