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Rejsekort app announced – tap on to public transport with your phone

Lena Hunter
December 6th, 2023


The new app will go live in 2024, and the physical travel cards be phased out. Plus, Lolland-Falster is drawing large numbers of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese workers, and the Danish PM makes it onto Forbes’ annual Most Powerful Women list, alongside Barbie and Taylor Swift.


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Next Sunday prices go up on public transport Photo: Midttrafik

The new app will go live in 2024, and the physical travel cards be phased out. Plus, Lolland-Falster is drawing large numbers of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese workers, and the Danish PM makes it onto Forbes' annual Most Powerful Women list, alongside Barbie and Taylor Swift.

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