Paris Pedestrianised
By Meghna On 24 Jul, 2012 At 05:23 PM | Categorized As International, Need to Know | With 0 Comments
Plans to pedestrianise one of Paris’ iconic stretches, the Left Bank of the River Seine, have been approved by the French Prime Minister. The 1.4 mile stretch between the Alma Bridge and the Musee d’Orsay will now be devoid of vehicular traffic, a move that may cause traffic jams in the rest of the city.


The Left Bank is one of Paris’s most visited and well-loved sites, for it is close to sites like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Notre Dame Cathedral . The project will be competed and  the route pedestrianised by end of 2013.


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