The objective of the law is to transform the overarching framework of transport policy towards more accessible, more affordable and cleaner transport modes. The goals are divided into three main pillars:
1. Invest more and better in public transport;
2. Facilitate and promote the development of solutions to enable all citizens to access transportation services;
3. Initiate the transition towards cleaner mobility.
Key initiatives within this third pillars are: reach carbon neutrality in the transport sector to contribute to making France carbon neutral by 2050 (including 37.5% CO2 emissions reductions by 2030 and the ban on the sale of fossil fuel ICE cars by 2040 - art. 73); develop charging infrastructure for EVs; develop incentives for bike mobility and car pooling; create low emission zones to improve air quality; create an ecotax on aviation; reduction of 2 cents of the exemption of Domestic Tax on Consumption of Energy Products (TICPE) for trucks. IEA/IRENA Global Renewable Energy Policies and Measures Database © OECD/IEA and IRENA, [November 2020]
- 1Name: Share of renewables (%)Value: 40Base year: -Target year: 2030Comments: CD-LINKS policy status: planned, Share of renewable in electricity production