Suitable for the timetable change in CVP national councillor Marco Romano (36, TI) to the Federal Council of vapor: It calls for better conditions for youth and young adults in public transport – and a enough today of two Motions.

Track 7-subscription for city of nets

the first approach is that The scope of the so-called Track-7-subscriptions for young adults should be expanded. Today, young adults have ranges of up to 25 in order to allow free travel between 19 o’clock in the evening and 5 o’clock in the morning – but only on the SBB.

But on many of the networks of other public TRANSPORT provider, the subscription is not valid. In the Zurich transport network, for example, the subscription is only on the Railways is valid. Also in the regional transport Bern-Solothurn (RBS) does not apply to the subscription. Similarly, in the case of the Basel transport authorities, or in the case of Bern mobile.

“For Bus and Tram need to engage the young in many cities and regions in addition to the bag. I would like to correct,” says Romano. “The gap needs to be closed to complete the Track 7 travelcard!” The boy would not have too much money, which is why there is a need for you to cheaper public TRANSPORT fares. “An expansion of the Abo-scope discounted public TRANSPORT for the boys.”

Cheap subscriptions for all students

the second approach point: Older students should benefit from lower public TRANSPORT prices. Today, young adults benefit from up to 25 of cheaper public TRANSPORT subscriptions. And for students up to 30, there is a discounted General subscription. “This age limit is unfair,” says Romano.

He wants students to benefit from lower Tariffs, not only to the GA. But regardless of age for all subscriptions, in particular, the Track 7 travelcard. “Many students take advantage of this subscription, to travel to the end of the week or on Sunday night back to their place of study,” says Romano.

Many had not completed their studies with 25 years and are in need of “economic reasons” to continue to the benefit of, and is convinced of the Ticino. For him, therefore, is clear: “anyone Who has a matriculation certificate issued by a Swiss University, to benefit from a lower subscription.”

a Petition of 10 000 signatures

Romano ties in with his claims in a Petition of the Ticino young CVP, which is in some points even further. Within a few days were collected for this already well-10’000 signatures.