“The time has come to support public transport even more and build resilient solutions without fossil fuels”, defends Zero in a statement, presenting concrete measures to give an “immediate response” to the energy crisis that involve encouraging “less use of fossil fuels”.

One of the measures advocated by environmentalists is to “temporarily equate municipal and metropolitan passes at half price” to encourage more people to take public transport.

Another measure is the review or even elimination of the AutoVoucher Program, as they consider that it only favours “the fraction of the population who are more computer literate”.