Voice of Europe
Both the company that manages the metro and the union that represents its workers are sounding the alarm about growing lawlessness on the transport network.
Voice of Europe:
Last weekend we already told you about the downfall of Paris in an article that went viral. In the meantime there are new developments in France’s capital.
Because of increased violence of drug addicts and dealers, some metro drivers don’t stop at certain stations in the north east of Paris anymore. According to the metro drivers crack dealers use the metro stations of the French capital as locations to do their business.
In an attempt to protect their passengers, drivers of metro lines 12 and 4 are avoiding stations like “Marx Dormoy” and “Marcadet-Poissonniers”.
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