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US News Why could the bus from the city of Drancy no longer circulate "in all serenity" in Paris?

19:15  26 november  2020
19:15  26 november  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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"The city of Drancy will once again be able to circulate in Paris with complete peace of mind », Welcomes a press release from the municipality of Seine-Saint-Denis . But why could the municipal bus no longer enter the capital by the Porte de la Villette or the Porte de Pantin? Quite simply because of the establishment by the city of Paris of a Low Emission Zone (ZFE) which imposes traffic restrictions on the most polluting vehicles (the famous Crit'Air sticker).

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To allow its schools, seniors, sportsmen and associations to access the capital, Drancy "is gradually renewing its fleet of six diesel coaches" and has just acquired an electric coach. "The city is the first in France to buy one," says one at the town hall. The 59-seater vehicle is from the Chinese brand BYD, some of which are running in Dunkirk or Orleans.

A significant investment. The mayor of Drancy, Aude Lagarde, indicates that "half the price of this investment" was covered by the prefecture of Seine-Saint-Denis to the tune of 100,000 euros and via a subsidy of 129,000 euros from the Metropolis of Greater Paris.

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