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La gare de Strasbourg en 2009. © Christophe recovered Strasbourg station in 2009.

A Strasbourg, Emmanuel Macron's announcement to develop "metropolitan RER" modeled on the model Parisian arrives, for local political leaders with a delay. Because in the Alsatian capital, the idea of ​​developing a network on the model of that of Ile-de-France to push the inhabitants to let go of their car has made its way for a long time.

"At the announcement of the President of the Republic, my first reaction was to tell me finally!" smiles Alain Jund, vice-president (Europe Ecologie-les Verts) of the Eurometropolis in charge of mobility and transport. The elected official reacted on Monday morning by inviting the Head of State to the launch of the European Metropolitan Express Network (REMO), which is due to enter service on December 11. The first of its kind in France, outside Paris and its suburbs.

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"There is a need to invest"

with extended service amplitudes from 5 a.m. Six lines that will form the future Alsatian RER. "More than 800 additional trains over a full week!" compared to the 2022 annual service, welcomes Jund. As of January, the recipient must extend with 67 additional trains. In August, it will be 192 more.

put on the table in spring 2021, this project is entirely and only funded by the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg and the Grand-Est region up to 14.5 million euros each year. The opportunity for the elected official to invite the State to also take its financial responsibilities: "In ten years, when it will be necessary to take a new step, increase the rate, also develop the network of interurban cars so that the territories where There are no trains are at the same level as the others, this is where the State will have to intervene, argues the green. We are at a time when petrol costs 2 euros per liter. There is a need to invest, if we do not want to create disparities, especially for people who come from far away and who must be able to continue to move to work or study. "

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Densification of public transport

In a platform published in Le Monde in October, the presidents of the regions were already calling for the establishment of a New Deal of the train, an "Massive investment throughout the rail in France" . Questioned on France Info Monday morning, Jean Rottner, LR president of the Grand-Est region, recalled for its part that the country had "catch up" in terms of infrastructure, not only betting on the network Ferre. "Now is the time to take advantage of Strasbourg's experiences so as to save time for other metropolises," he added. Extension of bus and tram lines, improvement of parking service, cars, bus and lines of cycle paths ... The Strasbourg project will also go through a densification of public transport.

"For us, this announcement may be a little late, but all state aid is welcome", says Jund. Especially since the next stage of the REMO, which must see the development of interurban coaches and the network up to 90 kilometers around Strasbourg, does not yet have funding. And the elected official to make a call to the State, "to finance and cross these new stages" : "To see now how this announcement of the president is accompanied by a calendar and a mode of financing. »» Condition sine qua non so that the "metropolitan RER" Branded by Macron on Sunday evening on Youtube does not remain at the simple stage of the communication effect.

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