All the news from this Wednesday, July 10, 2024 in Lyon

In the news: the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the protection of women threatened with violence, administrative closures of restaurants, a new mayor in Feyzin, summer works, new self-service electric bikes, the dangers of wild swimming…

LISTEN TO THE 1/4H LYONNAIS… All the news from this Wednesday, July 10, 2024

THE 1/4H LYONNAIS | Wednesday July 10, 2024

Dissatisfaction among employees responsible for welcoming and supporting people with disabilitiesa few days before the Olympic Games

The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region delivered 200 alert buttons to the Departmental Union of CCAS of the Rhône.

Again health checks And two administrative closures in two restaurants from the 6th and 2nd arrondissements of Lyon

Murielle Laurentelected MEP, leaves the seat of Mayor of Feyzin has Marc Mamet

SYTRAL Mobilities takes advantage of the summer period to advance the construction of the lines of Tram T9 and T10. Road closures to be expected…

Also in the news this Wednesday, July 10

Work undertaken on the Vélo’V network. Again electric bikes in free service in 2025

Philippe Guelpa – Bonarovice-president of the Metropolis of Lyondelegate to theenergy and to climateis our guest

VNF et EDF : launch of awareness campaigns on Dangers of wild swimming

Ligue 1 / preparation: 1st pre-season match for OL against Chassieu-Décines. Pierre Sage will not have his entire squad available…

Also listen: Cities in working order against urban warming

In this edition, focus on future electric Velo’Vs

The new Vélo’v electric service will be deployed in 2025. But the deployment of these on-board electrically assisted bicycles requires an upgrade of the terminals. The work is underway…

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