Dublin has been ranked as the worst capital city in Europe for public transport.
The study by Greenpeace ranks 30 EU capitals based on affordability, and simplicity in buying tickets.
Dublin scored 36 out of 100 points.
The Irish capital was the only city without a long-term fixed-price ticket for all public transport.
Meanwhile, Greenpeace is calling on all European governments to introduce affordable 'climate tickets' for public transport.
We all need to get around 🚋 🚉 🚌
We need to make public transport affordable everywhere by issuing climate tickets valid on every tram, train or bus in the galaxy.
👉 https://t.co/xaFM8TKUpW#MayThe4thBeWithYou #ClimateTicket pic.twitter.com/CYpriH4YWl
— Greenpeace International (@Greenpeace) May 4, 2023