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Ile-de-France Mobilités, transport manager in the region, announced this Tuesday, December 6, 2022, that the monthly subscription will drop from € 75.20 to € 84.10 in 2023.

per monthly navigo subscription In Ile-de-France public transport will increase by 12 % in 2023, and go from € 75.20 to € 84.10, said Tuesday, December 6, 2022 Ile-de-France Mobilités (IDFM).

A less significant increase than that first envisaged by the Ile -de -France transport manager, who had announced the possibility of climbing the subscription to € 90 per month.

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This announcement comes after the release by the state of aid of 200 million euros which should allow the regional transport authority to complete its budget while limiting the increase in prices.

The budget adopted this Wednesday

The Trouch has been burning for several months between the executive and the president of IDFM Valérie Pécresse . The former presidential LR candidate was looking for 450 million euros to complete her 2023 operating budget, engaged by inflation and the outbreak of energy prices. This budget, which cannot be in deficit, must be adopted on Wednesday.

In the absence of state aid, the monthly navigo would have increased from 75.20 to 90 € per month, an increase of 20 %.

In his latest scenario, IDFM hoped to be able to increase in the densest areas the mobility payment. But the increase in this specific tax on the wage bill of companies with more than eleven employees, who would have limited the increase in the monthly navigo pass to € 80.80 (+7.5 %), was impossible without the green light of the green light 'State.

Government aid will not be enough

"The state's response is welcome, but it remains punctual and partial", estimated IDFM in a press release.

"punctual" because new sources of funding must be found for the exploitation of new lines under construction and transport of the Olympic Games, and "partial" because government aid will not be enough to limit the increase Prices, she detailed.

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