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  • ParisRicky Angueira, Taylor Gladding, Kelly Morison, Benjamin Restrepo, and Chad Wallace
  • Agenda• History - The Haussmann Plan• Mayor Delanoës Plans• Car Traffic o Reverse Lanes o Housing integration o Paris Plages• Public Transit o Vélib o Autolíb o Mass public transit• Conclusion
  • The Haussmann PlanIn 1853, Napoleon III hired Baron Haussmann to plan the new Paris.
  • Before the Haussmann Plan
  • After the Haussmann Plan
  • Before and After Pictures
  • Arc de Triomphe
  • MayorBertrand DelanoëParis’ bid for the 2012 Olympic Games failed due to: • Car traffic congestion • Not enough housing • Too many shady areas
  • Car TrafficPrivate motorists use 94% of road surfaces.
  • Reverse LanesDelanoë made taking a car into town unattractive.
  • Housing Integration• Buy luxury properties.• Lower the rates for poorer tenants.• Develop several new apartments.
  • Paris Plages...a SuccessStory!• Three (3) million visitors a year• Millions of euros spent by visitors• Eliminates traffic along a major roadway
  • VélibIn the last five years, the number of cyclists in Paris has increased by 41 percent and motorized traffic has fallen by nearly 25 percent.
  • AutolibYou cant spend fifteen minutes in central Paris without seeing one of these shared electric cars pass by you on the street.
  • Paris Métro"When the only complaint is the doors are manual, youre probably doing a lot right." -Edward Falzon, contributor for CNN Travel
  • Driverless Trains• Conversion of Line 1 of the Paris Métro was initiated in 2008 and completed in 2010.• Currently, eight (8) trains are in full operation. o Increased efficiency
  • Whats Next?• Further improve traffic in the city• Continue to expand housing opportunities in the downtown area• Improve the bike lane network• Increase awareness/efficiency of Autolib• Continue to expand the Métro
  • Sources momentum/ %20Paris%20Project%20White%20Paper_MARCH%202011.pdf popular-electric-car g_and_lrt.pdf recipients/paris-france-london 840775.html 0Transport%20Infrastructure%20Projects.pdf