የፈረንሳይ ዋና ከተማ የሆነችው ፓሪስ ለተሸከርካሪዎች አዲስ የህዝብ ትራንስፖርት ህግ አወጣች፡፡ ህጉም ሙሉ እና ጎዶሎ የሰሌዳ ቁጥር ያላቸውን ተሸከርካሪዎች በፈረቃ በማስተናገድ የከተማዋን ዋና ጎዳናዎች መጨናነቅ በማርገብ በከተማዋ እየጨመረ ላለው የአየር ብክለትና በጭጋግ መታፈን መልስ ለመስጠት ነው ተብሏል፡፡
Paris has introduced the odd-even car rule, and made public transportation in the city and suburbs free in response to the thick “lid of pollution” and smog that is covering the city, the Guardian reported. The city’s electric cars, bike sharing services, metro and buses were made free on Tuesday (December 6), and only cars with even-numbered registration plates were allowed on the roads, with a €22 fine for anyone who broke the rule. Odd numbered cars were allowed on Wednesday, with cars with even-numbered plates back on Thursday.
The car rule has only been introduced four times in the last two decades and never for two consecutive days or longer, according to the Guardian. The Washington Post added that the rule has previously been introduced to deal with higher pollution levels in 2015, 2014 and 1997.
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