Polish town hopes free buses will boost its economy
Residents in Zory, Poland live on a few hundred euros a month, so residents say not having to pay for public transportation really helps. The mayor hopes removing commuting costs will help the town's overall prosperity.
Up next in Top News
Trump urged Ukrainian investigation into Joe Biden's son
Antonio Brown released by New England Patriots after rape, sexual assault accusations
‘We are on the front lines’: Youth descend on D.C. to strike against climate change