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Good news for motorists. The Marseille authorities have decided to postpone “sine die” the extension of the low emissions zone (ZFE) to Crit’Air 3 (petrol before 2006, diesel before 2011). Scheduled for 2025, the latter will see the light of day later.
Martine Vassal, diverse-right president of the Aix-Marseille-Provence metropolis, announced this in an interview with La Tribune Sunday. She calls for more tolerance, while Crit’Air 4 vehicles and above are already excluded from this ZFE:
“I have decided not to implement Crit’Air 3, which was to come into force on January 1, 2025 in Marseille. I am postponing it indefinitely. We need time, we need to be more tolerant.” “Not everyone has the opportunity to equip themselves with an electric vehicle in such a short time.”
Aid of 5,000 euros for the purchase of an electric vehicle
And the elected official recalled that the community has just set up aid of 5,000 euros for the purchase of an electric vehicle. This concerns residents and traders in the area, subject to resource conditions. Which ultimately remains little.
In the meantime, the elected official also positions herself on the subject of the price of parking for cars in her city and in particular for SUVs. She said to herself “absolutely against” an surcharge on the price of parking. An idea that is being implemented in Lyon and which has just been validated in Paris.
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The Marseille authorities have decided to postpone “sine die” the extension of the Marseille low-emission zone (ZFE) to Crit’Air 3 vehicles. Martine Vassal, diverse-right president of the Aix-Marseille-Provence metropolis, calls for more tolerance.
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