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|What was the core OBSTACLE in undertaking the activity?||Current national legislation makes no distinction between international and cross-border public transport. Every public transport line that crosses border is automatically regarded as international transport despite differences between the two (for example international transport, intercity bus lines, operate on a commercial basis whereas local or regional lines crossing borders briefly are usually dependent on public subsidies).
Mobility can also be enhanced by establishing tourist information centres in the border areas. Frequently information on public transportation is not available on the other side of the border.
|Which were the main CAUSES of the OBSTACLE?|
|Which were the main EFFECTS of the OBSTACLE?|
|Please, describe briefly the factor(s) which mostly (3-4) aggravated the persistence of the Obstacle|
|Institution||Valga County Government|
|Contact details||Rainer Kuutma, Head of International Cooperation,Valga County Government,+372 76 66165,|
|Year of record||2012|