Paid parking for two-wheelers, planned mobilization in Paris

Paid parking for two-wheelers is still going badly with users. A mobilization is scheduled for Monday in Paris.

This is a novelty since the beginning of this month of September, the parking of two-wheelers becomes chargeable within the capital. A new measure that has sparked a major wave of indignation and protest. A mobilization is also scheduled for Monday near the town hall.

Bikers and two-wheelers invited to protest

It’s here French Federation of Angry Bikers (the FFMC) who launched this call to demonstrate. This association of motorcyclists criticizes the measure taken by the City of Paris on the paid parking of two-wheelers and three motorized vehicles. The FFMC calls to come “give a whistle”near City Hall on Monday, between 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.

The FFMC also shared the link of an online petition, to ask for the maintenance of free parking for motorized two-wheelers in Paris.

For the moment, it is difficult to know if this mobilization will be followed. But this call for mobilization could resonate with the many users who are full of this measure on social networks. Demonstrations that could be repeated in the future.

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A measure always freshly welcomed by users and professionals

Because the controversy does not decrease with the drivers of scooters and motorcycles. Measure “unfair”, “discriminatory” or “antisocial” according to different reactions. But it is not only private users who show their dissatisfaction. Several professional representatives also expressed their disagreement with this measure. This is particularly the case of the representatives of the employers’ chamber of automotive distribution and service companies in France (Mobilians) and of the International Trade Union Chamber of the Automobile and Motorcycles (CSIAM), who were received at the end of August by the City of Paris.

Disagreements that the municipality has taken into account. But out of the question for the City of Paris to go back. “It was our commitment during the 2020 municipal elections. It is time to abandon gasoline and turn to less polluting and less noisy vehicles” explains the Deputy Mayor for Transport, David Belliard.

The showdown with representatives of two-wheeler users is likely to last. The FFMC had indicated, a few days ago, to have filed a appeal to the administrative court. The only winner in this eventful return to Paris, the sellers of electric scooters. Spared by paid parking and whose sales have soared since the beginning of the month.

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