Évron. The future station area has sparked debate

Évron. The future station area has sparked debate
Évron. The future station area has sparked debate

Thursday evening, the municipal council met with the validation of the preliminary development project for the station district on the agenda. Mayor Joël Balandraud presented in detail the planned developments, with the modifications made by the design office after the meetings and feedback from the Évronnais, specifying that: “The work will be carried out phase by phase, with possible adaptations as it goes along. »

Parking and traffic are a concern

Jean-Philippe Maignan, sports assistant, spoke: “Traffic, parking are necessary. The common house will generate flow, as will the increase in SNCF users. Space is therefore necessary. More traffic, more cars. »

Fabrice metairie, communications assistant, added: “I am not opposed to the project to rehabilitate the neighborhood and the industrial wasteland, but my concern relates to the development proposed by the design office. It does not take into account the traffic and parking of local residents and the traffic flow generated. »

Didier Jemon, advisor, insists: “There is a significant reduction in places! See about creating new ones for local residents? »

Sophie Lechat-Gatel uses the train every day. Culture tourism heritage assistant, she brought her point of view: “The adjustments mean that we will adapt. The enlarged terrace facing the Hôtel Brasserie de la Gare, for example, is a plus in every way. »

Adélaïde Dejardin, deputy mayor of Saint-Christophe, concluded: “A majority of young people use the train. This will give another image of the city. One way? Local users will adapt, and over time the differences are very small. »

The wasteland belonging to the SNCF, on the Rochemado side, could be taken over by the City and additional places would be created in the future. At the end of the vote of the thirty-one elected officials, seven abstained, one voted against, twenty-three for.

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