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It was on July 10, the mayor of Toulouse, Jean-Luc Moudenc, presented the conclusions of a consultation committee on Low Mobility Emission Zones (ZFE-m), with the assistance of the vice-president of the Strasbourg Eurometropolis, Anne-Marie Jean. They were both accompanied by the Minister for Ecological Transition Christophe Béchu, who took advantage of the conference to announce a number of measures aimed at responding to the popular uproar echoed in the report.
Little booster shot that will be far from useless. There are now only 5 ZFEs across France (Lyon, Marseille, Paris, Rouen and Strasbourg) which must respect a ban schedule. For the remaining cities, which must now be called territories of vigilance, it was decided that it would not be necessary to go further than what had been put in place so far.
Obviously, Jean-Luc Moudenc had immediately announced that he was going to suspend the ban on Crit’Air 3 cars planned from January 1, 2024. However, paradoxically for an elected official who had recognized the controversial aspect of the ZFE-m and had signaled that he would act accordingly, his statements were not enough to appease the spirits in the city he leads…
Towards the end of the ban on Crit’Air 4 and 5 two-wheelers?
A collective of car owners and in particular of motorcycles, Inter Club ZFE 31, met with the Minister Delegate in charge of Territorial Communities and Rurality Domique Faure in order to try to obtain the repeal of the ban on motorcycles Crit’Air 4 and 5 in force since January 1st.
The first returns would be conclusive. “She is completely in tune with that, I did not know that she had her own motorcycle license”, thus indicated the secretary of Interclub ZFE 31 to our colleagues from France Blue Occitania. In addition, a second appointment is scheduled in just over a month. Case to follow.
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To sum up
The mayor of Toulouse, Jean-Luc Moudenc, had announced that he did not want to ban Crit’Air 3 vehicles in January 2024, as initially planned. A group of bikers wants to go even further…