While transport has almost resumed its cruising speed and Ile-de-France residents are preparing to launch their request for reimbursement of their Navigo pass, it is time to take stock of the impact of this extraordinary social movement on daily life. the French. Challenges commissioned a survey from Opinionway Ecomob.club on the impact of strikes on lifestyle. Has alternative transport really been taken by storm? Are you going to extend the experience beyond the strikes? To what extent has your employer implemented solutions to limit the constraints of the absence of transport?
On the scale of the whole of France, the strike will ultimately have only a relatively limited impact on the daily lives of the French. 80% of those questioned consider that they have not been impacted by the strikes. Only 7% were strongly impacted. But obviously when we take a closer look, 50% of Ile-de-France residents say that they have been impacted against only 11% in the provinces. It is a very divisive subject between Paris / Ile-de-France and the rest of the country. Because even in large regional metropolises, these city dwellers consider only 12% to have been impacted by strikes.
The popular walk
We were interested in the mode of travel used during the strikes. Did this social movement, which lasted nearly fifty days, really disrupt transportation habits?
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