Paths on banks in Paris: Hulot invites Hidalgo and Pécresse to discuss

Nicolas Hulot invites Anne Hidalgo and Valérie Pécresse to his ministry to "look together" how to make the pedestrianization of the banks of the Seine right bank in Paris "be less brutal for motorists."

"I wish ( the PS Mayor of Paris) Anne Hidalgo, (the LR President of Ile-de-France) Valérie Pécresse and the presidents of the departments that are around Paris intramural, perhaps, come to my ministry and that the we look together how we can make this decision less brutal for motorists, "said the minister of ecological transition on France Inter.

" We must give alternatives to motorists, "he said added, proposing "that there be, for example, car parks that allow motorists to leave, at reasonable rates, their car at the gates of Paris."

This pedestrianization, at the heart of a controversy between Paris and suburb, elected s of right and left, was canceled last month by the administrative court.

The PS mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo resumed since a closure order to the traffic on 3.3 km of the lane Georges-Pompidou, from the bottom quay of the entrance to the Tuileries Tunnel (1st arrondissement) at the end of the tunnel Henri-IV (IVe).

"I would simply like these two women, to whom I grant a true sincerity on their will to to treat the health / environment topic at one time or another, get around the same table and my ministry is favorable, "he added.

" Yes: restore dialogue is essential, "replied in a tweet Valérie Pécresse, who had called last week to the state "to put in coherence all the plans" of circulation of the capital and the surrounding communes.

 The president of the Regional Council of Ile- de-France Valérie Pécresse, at a conference in Paris, Jan. 30 1st 2018 (AFP / Archives - ERIC PIERMONT)

The President of the Ile-de-France Regional Council Valérie Pécresse, at a conference in Paris on 30 January 2018 (AFP / Archives – ERIC PIERMONT) [19659010] The president of Region sent Monday to Nicolas Hulot a letter in which it returns on the "compensatory measures", partly already unveiled, which it calls on the State and the City of Paris in order to "avoid the uncontrolled increase in traffic jams in and at the gates of Paris, on the access roads to the capital, the ring road and the A86. "

Among these measures, she evokes" a commitment by the State to increase funding of the State Regional Plan Contract intended for the increase of transport Paris / suburbs and suburbs / suburbs "

It confirms its idea of" reopening to traffic a lane only during the week ", which could be" limited to non pollutants and silent for a transitory period re ", and that to see the City of Paris divide" by two (the) tariffs of 1,500 seats at this stage unoccupied in 14 parking relay "near metros and RER.

It also refers to a dozen intelligent crossroads for managing traffic flows and "thinking about new bus lines arriving from the East".

Pathways on banks in Paris: Pécresse calls to the State

The president of the Ile-de-France region Valérie Pécresse on Friday called on the state to intervene in the file of the pedestrianization of the roads on banks in Paris "to put in coherence all the plans" of circulation of the capital and surrounding municipalities.

"Paris is in the heart of the region"; Or the new decree prohibiting the traffic that has just signed the mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo "is not compatible with the urban travel plan of the Ile-de-France," criticized Ms Pécresse Cnews.

"I appeal to the mayor, to the state.I call on the state today to put in coherence all the plans.Today the mayor of Vincennes can not close Vincennes, the mayor de Neuilly can not close Neuilly, the mayor of Saint-Denis can not close Saint-Denis to traffic, otherwise it would be widespread egoism, "she added.

Anne Hidalgo announced Thursday to have signed a new decree prohibiting road traffic on the right bank, the measure having been retried by the administrative court for "inaccuracies" in an impact study and inadequate references to certain articles of codes.