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Singapore ranks amongst cities with cheapest public transport fares

A monthly pass costs just around 1.9% of the average net wage in the country. 

Singapore has amongst the cheapest public transport fares in the world, a report found. 

Picodi analysts noted that a monthly pass in the city costs S$128, which accounts for only 1.9% of the average net wage in Singapore. 

This result is similar to ratios in New York (2.1%) and Reykjavik (1.8%).

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In contrary, the most expensive single tickets can be found in London ($5.19), Zurich ($4.75) and Oslo ($3.91); whilst the highest prices for monthly passes are paid by citizens of London ($271), Melbourne ($190) and Dublin ($166).

Moreover, of the 45 cities, three cities–Luxembourg, Estonia's capital, Tallinn and Malta's capital, Valletta– offer an entirely free public transport. 


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