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Sales of electric two-wheelers are up sharply in France, even before the start of new incentive programs.
After San Francisco and Paris, Barcelona is the lastest city to have a GOVECS-based scooter-sharing program.
Hundreds of 50cc- and 125cc-equivalent electric scooters will soon be criss-crossing the streets of the City of Light.
On Sunday, September 21, the first electric kick-scooter rally/treasure hunt through the streets of Paris will be organized by L-Trott.
The French government lifted all traffic restrictions, citing “a clear trend of improvement” in air pollution. No more free public transportation, and all cars can circulate again.
Quality of air in the city of light has been so bad lately that Parisians have been able to enjoy free public transportation, and starting Monday, half of the cars will be banned from its streets.
If Anne Hidalgo wins Paris’ next mayoral election in a few weeks, Paris will soon have Scootlib, an electric-scooter sharing program.