If Luxembourg's newly elected government keeps its campaign promises, residents will be able to use public transportation for free, spend the money saved on legal cannabis, and smoke it on two new public holidays.
And for older Luxembourgers, commuters get two hours of travel for just €2 ($2.27).
The country has a population of almost 600,000 - but its capital, Luxembourg City, has some of the worst traffic congestion on the planet.
The costs of abolishing tickets will be partially covered by removing a tax break for commuters.
However, not everyone is convinced about the historic change. The introduction of free public transport is hoped to reduce this, by encouraging a shift away from commuting in private in private cars.
Mr Bettel was sworn in for a second term on Wednesday, having promised to prioritise environmental issues.
The tiny country of just 2590 square kilometres is home to about 110,000 people, but an additional 400,000 travel to the city for work. A recent study cited by The Guardian showed that drivers in the capital spent an average of 33 hours in traffic snarl-ups in 2016.
Secondary school students can use free shuttles between their institution and their home.
Sandwiched between France, Belgium and Germany, from which nearly 200,000 people enter it daily to work, the Guardian reports.
The move will also save on the collection and processing of fares and the policing of ticket purchases.
The finer details of the proposal are still to be determined - including what to do about first and second-class carriages on trains. It now holds 31 seats in the 60-seat chamber-12 for Bettel's Democratic Party, 10 for the Socialist Workers' Party and nine for the Greens.