The local government of Tallinn, Estonia, the country’s capital, came up with a genius idea in order to help the environment and increase the citizens overall happiness and standard of living. What the city now does is offer free public transportation to anyone who is a registered resident. Despite an increase to the municipalities’ debt, more money is actually made off of tax revenue because of the large number of people that are attracted to live locally due to this privilege. Fewer cars are on Tallinn’s roads, meaning that the chances of an accident occurring are much less. The money saved on gasoline is a contributing factor as to why local businesses have seen an increase in customers and sales.