Public Transport Day in France
Public Transport Day in France is held on September 19. This event in the second decade of the month September is annual. Help us
The city of Paris is organizing a new car-free day on September 19, and invites residents and visitors to take public transport or use soft mobility.
Launched in 2007, it is intended to raise awareness among the general public about the proper use of public transport in their daily travel. Public Transport Day is part of Mobility Week and is supported by the Ministry of Sustainable Development.
With 10 million passengers a day, public transport promotes mobility for the greatest number. Emitting five times less CO2 than the car, it is an undeniable player in the energy transition. It is without doubt one of the pillars on which our future is built.
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