This article examines the consequences, for Paris, of the increase in two-wheel motor vehicle (2WMV) traffic (measured in vehicle/km). Our study reveals that, between 2000 and 2007, the subway’s (Me´ tro) share in total inner-Paris travel increased by 13.6%, the RER’s share by 10.3% and the SNCF’s share by 20.5%. These three means of transport account for 58% of daily travel.

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