The 37 Crossway Natural Power (NP) coaches will be operated by Beltrame Group, and will be delivered to Dracénie Regional Council (Dracénie Provence Verdon agglomeration (DPVA) by the end of 2019.
Five tourist areas currently introduced driving bans due to poor air quality: Paris, Strasbourg, Lyon, Annecy and Isère (Alpine region, Grenoble). In these zones, cars without the Crit’Air environmental badge and with Crit’Air Class 5 – and in some cases Class 4 – are no longer allowed to drive.
Total and Citroën have put in many miles together since 1968. Their success story, built on innovation and passion for motorsports, has taken the two brands all the way to the top of podiums.
The French government has a message for automakers and suppliers who are grappling with the swift decline of diesel sales. Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire will meet with industry leaders in early April to discuss ways to save the 12,000 French jobs related to diesel engines and components.
France plans to end the sale of gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles by 2040 in a bid to become a carbon-neutral nation, Energy Minister Nicolas Hulot said, effectively promoting electric cars.
French new-car sales rose 7 percent to 211,254 in March, helped by an extra selling day, industry association CCFA said on Monday. Taking into account the extra selling day, growth was 2.4 percent.
CEO Carlos Tavares is exploring an acquisition of General Motors’ European operations, a step that would vault the builder of Peugeot and Citroen cars past Renault into the No. 2 spot among the region’s automakers, behind Volkswagen Group.
PSA Group has been referred to French prosecutors over suspected diesel emissions cheating, the company said on Thursday. The decision is a blow for the automakers, whose diesel technology had until now escaped criticism in the wake of the Volkswagen Group emissions-cheating scandal.
Paris launched a new color-coded sticker scheme to restrict car use in its latest attempt to curb air pollution many citizens blame for coughing fits, eye irritation and runny noses.
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