For the general public, the subject of "Grand Paris" is still somewhat unclear in its scope and overall duration.The purpose of this article is to strengthen public knowledge about the construction of the Grand Paris Metropolis by highlighting the link between such a project and the mobility challenges that have motivated many companies in the sector over the past decade.
We will try to explain it to you in a clear and detailed way in this article. You can also watch the video explaining the project.
The "Grand Paris" is generally speaking, a titanic project, the largest in Europe in this case, aimed at structuring and developing the region around Paris, and whose implementation was confirmed March 6, 2013, by the new government.
The aim of its construction is clearly to "drastically simplify its structure" in order to establish Paris and its metropolis in international competition and produce better distributed wealth.
It is a huge project since it involves the rallying of 131 municipalities in the inner suburbs, the outer suburbs and Paris by bringing together several major players, including the Grand Paris Metropolitan Area (MGP) and the Grand Paris Express (GPE).
The Greater Paris construction project dates back to the 1960s, when it was redrawn by Charles de Gaulle and Paul Delouvrier, but it was not until March 6, 2013 that the project was actually confirmed by the government leaders at that time.
Such an impressive project inherently involves changes and revenues of the same magnitude. Here are the most significant expectations of the construction of Greater Paris:
Mobility is one of the most important issues in the construction of Grand Paris because if it is poorly defined, the whole project would not really make sense, since people must be able to move easily to allow an equal flow of financial resources between the different municipalities in the region.
Obviously, the impact of this project is not singular but multiple, and the main force behind it is the Grand Paris Metropolis, the project's leading organization for these objectives: