One of the mandatory requirements to have access to the free public transport measure for young people and the elderly residing in Lisbon is to have a tax domicile in the municipality, which excludes students displaced from higher education who benefit from a scholarship.

Free public transport for young people and the elderly residing in Lisbon began to be available to citizens aged 65 years and over from the 25th of July and, last week, on the 16th of August, registration opened for students between 13 and 23 years old, so that they can also benefit from free passes from the month of September.

Regarding the enrolment of young people, there is a record of a total of 447 students who have enrolled since August 16, namely 318 with the 13_18 pass (for young people between 13 and 18 years old) and 129 with the Sub23 pass (for higher education students up to 23 years, including the exception of those enrolled in Medicine and Architecture courses up to the age of 24).