Transportation Costs in Denmark
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What are the transportations costs in Denmark?
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In Denmark, over half of pupils ride their bikes to school, while the other third prefer public transportation. The most affordable monthly public transportation pass costs 50 EUR. Denmark is known as a “cycling country”. The country has 4.5 million bicycles or nearly one for every person that lives there. You can also purchase a second-hand bike for transportation. This will cost anywhere between 30 – 135 EUR, depending on the bike’s condition.
All of this means that commuters who choose to cycle, walk, or take public transportation have excellent options. Local trains, metros, and buses are available in large cities such as Copenhagen, and there are good links to even the most rural locations.
If you prefer to drive, the majority of the road network is free to use, though there are occasional tolls. However, traffic in cities can be heavy during peak hours.
If you want to know more about the cost of living in Denmark, then read: Cost of living in Denmark | All you need to know
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