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Low emission zones: a golden opportunity to rethink mobility in large metropolitan areas

In France, the Parliamentary Bill on “combating climate change and increasing resilience to its effects” (also known as the "Climate and Resilience" Bill) is currently being examined by Parliament. Article 27 of this bill includes provisions relating to the mandatory introduction of low-emission mobility zones (ZFE-m) in urban areas with more than 150,000 inhabitants by 31 December 2024. In concrete terms, this means that the most polluting vehicles will no longer be able to circulate freely in certain predefined zones.

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