There is a pollution episode in Grenoble from Wednesday the 21st June 2017.
It finished on Saturday 24th June, when the restrictions stopped.
It is the first day of the alert, with reduced speed limits on the motorways and the roads with 90 km/h speed limits.
The scheme continues, and on Friday the 23rd June and Saturday 24th June:
- ban of all petrol or diesel passenger cars must be at least Crit air sticker 5 (registered before 1 January 1997) in the 49 Grenoble municipalities and for access to the motorway in the direction of Grenoble from the toll stationss A 48 Grenoble and A 41 Crolles
- reduction of 20 km / h speed on the Grenoble air basin for all roads where the speed is greater than or equal to 90 km / h
- reduction of the speed to 70km / h on A51, A 480, A48 between the tolls of Vif, Voreppe and Crolles
- reduced cost public transport (1 hour ticket valid all day) (TAG network, Transisère zone A and zone B, Grésivaudan TouGo and Pays Voironnais) and half-price fare for Métrovélo.
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