Politicians can decide how public transport is organised in a country, a region, a city. European legislation, the so-called PSO Regulation 1370/2007 (PSO – public service obligations) leaves it to the authorities to decide:
To help its affiliates, the ETF produced a tutorial for trade union activists. The kit included training material for three training sessions, which
ATTENTION: In December 2016 this regulation was amended to further liberalise rail public passenger transport (Regulation (EU) 2016/2338). An up-date of the guide is in preparation but those changes do not affect urban public transport.
(This project received funding from the European Commission)