France invests €20m in a post-Covid bike revolution

France invests €20m in a post-Covid bike revolution
France invests €20m in a post-Covid bike revolution

A €20 million plan has been launched to encourage people to get on their bikes as a safer way to travel post-confinement.

Better for our health, better for the environment

It is estimated that 60% of journeys in France are under 5km and could be cycled. New incentives include a €50 voucher for bicycle repairs and financial help for authorities to create pop-up bike lanes and fund bicycle parking bays.

The government is working with the Fédération Française des Usagers de la Bicyclette (FUB), which has been campaigning for measures like ...

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