1. A transport allowance for transport to and from work (hereinafter referred to as the ‘allowance’) may be granted by the Authority to an employer on the basis of a written agreement if the employer provides transport for employees to and from work on a daily basis on the grounds that there is no demonstrable transport by public means of transport at all or to an extent commensurate with the employer’s needs. The allowance cannot be granted if an allowance has been granted for transport to work under 60.
  2. Where the conditions of paragraph 1 are met, the contribution shall be granted at a rate of not more than 50 % of the costs incurred in transporting the employees to and from their place of work.
  3. The allowance is provided by the authority in whose territorial district the employer has its registered office or permanent residence, if the employer is a natural person.

The contribution agreement shall include:

  1. personal data and identification data of the parties to the agreement,
  2. number of employees transported per month,
  3. transport distance in km,
  4. the estimated monthly cost of transport for staff,
  5. the method of proving the facts referred to in paragraph 1,
  6. the maximum amount of the contribution, its specification and the method of payment,
  7. the conditions for granting the allowance,
  8. the method of controlling compliance with the agreed conditions,
  9. the terms and conditions and the deadline for clearing the grant,
  10. the method of reimbursement of the contribution or part of it in the event of failure to comply with the agreed conditions,
  11. the employer’s commitment to notify the Authority of any change to the agreed terms and conditions within 30 calendar days,
  12. A commitment by the Authority to provide the employer with a monthly contribution, no later than 30 calendar days from the date the employer submits the documents,
  13. other agreed particulars.