Cars Paris: scooters, video surveillance, "sacralized" sidewalks ... "The Bazaar in the streets must stop"

22:10  25 november  2021
22:10  25 november  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The Town Hall of Paris has announced measures to "regulate mobility"

Les trottinettes seront désormais limitées à 10km/h dans tout Paris. (Illustration) © Clément Follain / 20 minutes Scooters will now be limited at 10km / h in all Paris. (Illustration) Mobility - The Paris City Council has announced measures to "regulate mobility"

"The Bazaar in the streets must stop. Thursday, David Belliard, Deputy Transport and Mobility and Nicolas Nordman of Security and The Municipal Police announced several regulatory measures in the public space. On the menu, shredded scooters, a two-wheeled parking Paying repellent, a control of the market for self-service scooters and the implementation of video surveillance.

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Scooters will be limited at 10 km / h in all Paris from the beginning of December

Scooter operators in "Free-Floating" (Lime, Tier and Dott) had proposed 700 limiting zones of speed in Paris, The town hall goes further and extends the rule to the whole capital. This Thursday, David Belliard announced that from the first half of December, all self-service electric scooters will be limited to 10 km / h in all Paris except a few major axes, including those with of secure bike paths. , which will retain their limitation at 20 km / h. The limitation will be done by the operators themselves who can bride the devices remotely according to their geolocation.

"Our priority is to protect users from the most vulnerable public space and this goes through scooter regulation", justifies the elected representative. Parks, gardens and sidewalks are now "sacralized" for pedestrians, and forbidden to electric scooters.

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Scooters will also be "regulated"

as scooters in their time, self-service electric scooters have landed in mass in Paris. Same observation, same measures, the Paris town hall will launch a call for tenders to choose "two or three operators", which will have to meet the same requirements as scooters, in terms of clutter, availability, etc. Today eleven operators are present in the capital.

Parking paying two motorized wheels pushed back to September 2022

originally planned for the month of next January, the paying parking for the two-wheel drive is pushed back to September 2022. David Belliard has advanced "technical constraints" to justify this postponement . "The state makes us a barring by refusing access to France Connect ," explains the deputy who specifies that a convention had been concluded with the interface to facilitate the administrative procedures to those who want to request a card resident. "It's a form of impunity for the two-wheel drive after the refusal of technical control", "he regrets.

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David Belliard ensures that this blockage should be settled for the month of July 2022, then allowing a set up for the next school year, the assistant wishing to be launching well and due to a "clean" interface. It also represented that the scooters will continue to benefit from free parking and that 5,000 new parking spaces will be deployed.

The video surveillance reinforced

always in order to regulate mobilities, Nicolas Nordman announced that the video surveillance in Paris will be "very considerably reinforced". "It is extremely effective and allows operators, via the cameras, to draw up minutes immediately," he added. For the Paris City Council, the objective is to "double the verbalization capacities" by doubling the number of operators that will pass from 10 to 20.

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