“We must clearly prioritize transport to the northern districts”, claim our Internet users
DISPLACEMENT – While the debate between the metropolis and the city rages on, “20 Minutes” asked its readers, regular users of public transport, their opinions on priority sites.
Earlier this month, the National Assembly voted no less than 32 million euros in appropriations to develop public transport in Marseilles, as part of the plan announced by the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron to restore the second largest city in France. The financial windfall now available, the question now arises: what to do with this jackpot? What to start with ? The amendment specifies that this money will be used to develop “infrastructure projects of priority daily public transport for the Aix-Marseille Provence metropolis ”.
As soon as voted until, the mayor of Marseilles had asked to “see quickly launched the construction of the tram of the Belle-de-Mai”, a popular district near the city center of Marseilles, “which will have to continue at least ‘at Merlan” , another popular and deprived area in the north of the city. A calendar that is not that of the metropolis, which intends to start work in the southern districts of the city, before tackling the tram project to the Catalans, and the beach.
“I am doing half of the route on foot because there are not enough buses”
And what do the users think? When questioned, our readers seem (…) Read more on 20minutes
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