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France is considering the introduction of a congestion charge in its larger cities for the first time, in order to limit traffic and cut pollution.
Proposals to begin charging drivers a €2.50 (£2.17) toll in cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants and €5 (£4.30) in larger cities such as Lyon, Marseille and Nice have been put together by the French government.
The plans would see France follow several other countries in Europe and beyond which have introduced congestion charges in recent years, but the proposed measure has faced opposition from some local authorities and motoring groups.
Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo has repeatedly opposed this type of charge and representatives in Toulouse and Marseille have not greeted the proposals with open arms.
Other green measures included in the draft plans are establishing low-emission zones, banning high-polluting vehicles, promoting car pooling by building dedicated lanes and ordering cyclists to carry proof of ownership of their bike to tackle thefts.
The proposals are set to be voted on before the end of the year.