China News Service, Paris, March 27 (Li Yang and Li Yue) In Paris, France and surrounding areas, the recent increase in the concentration of PM10 of inhalable particulate matter has increased air pollution. Officials have taken a number of measures to deal with it.

  The air quality in Paris and surrounding areas has been poor in the past 3 days, and the concentration of inhalable particulate matter PM10 has increased.

According to monitoring data released by the Paris Region Air Quality Monitoring Association, the PM10 concentration in Paris and surrounding areas will reach 45 to 55 μg/m3 on the 26th, exceeding the threshold of 50 μg/m3, and the air pollution may continue for several days.

  Officials have taken various measures to combat air pollution.

The Paris Police Department's announcement stated that due to weather conditions that are not conducive to the spread of pollutants, it was decided to implement traffic control from 5:30 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. on the 26th to reduce vehicle exhaust emissions and improve air quality. People are advised to reduce self-driving travel. , telecommute, carpool, or take public transportation whenever possible.

  In terms of road traffic, only vehicles affixed with a car pollution level label that meets certain standards are allowed to drive around the A86 motorway, which connects cities on the outskirts of Paris.

It is understood that the car pollution level label is a small sticker affixed to French vehicles. It has been implemented since 2017. It is classified according to the emission of air pollutants from different vehicles. There are six levels.

In addition, the maximum speed limit on the highway has also been lowered.

  In terms of public transportation, the Paris Public Transport Administration has launched a single-day “anti-pollution” bus ticket worth 3.8 euros. With this single-day ticket, you can take public transportation without restrictions in all places within the Paris region on the 26th. Under normal circumstances, the price of the same type of ticket is 17.8 euros.