Paris reduces the frequency of public transport

Paris reduces the frequency of public transport in further measures against covid

Fewer rides in the hours of less traffic.  The frequency of public transport in Ile-de-France, the Paris region, will be reduced as of Wednesday, 18 November during off-peak hours on several lines and up to 50% in the metro network.  

The objective? To adapt to the decrease in train frequency linked to the second lockdown against coronavirus, reports the Ile-de-France Mobilités (Idfm) group.

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