LexInter | September 3, 2003 | 0 Comments


Article L223-1
When the alert thresholds are reached or risk being reached, the Prefect immediately informs the public in accordance with the procedures provided for in Section 2 of Chapter I of this Title and takes appropriate measures to limit the extent and effects of the peak of pollution on the population. These measures, taken in application of the plan for the protection of the atmosphere when it exists and after informing the mayors concerned, include a device for restricting or suspending activities contributing to pollution peaks, including, where applicable, pollution. vehicle traffic, and reduction of emissions from stationary and mobile sources.
Article L223-2
 In the event of a measure to restrict or suspend the movement of vehicles decided by the Prefect within the framework of an alert procedure, access to public passenger transport networks is provided free of charge.
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