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Eurostar, a Symbol of French-British Friendship, Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary

It's been 25 years since the Channel Tunnel connecting France, the U.K., and Belgium opened.

What You Need to Know About France’s Metro and Train Strikes...

"Indefinite" SNCF and RATP strikes will begin on December 5.

The End of Paris’s Metro Tickets: Here’s What You Need to...

The paper metro tickets are being phased out in favor of a plastic card.

Electric Scooter Invasion: How It Got Out of Control in Paris

Why Paris is inundated with electric scooters, and what the city could have done.

Paris Metro Will Test All-Night Service This Fall

The hope is that expanding Métro service will give businesses and the tourism industry a boost.

Why Is The Paris Metro So Good?

Trains that run every two minutes? It's got to be too good to be true. Or is it?

Another Hyperloop Test Track is Set to Open in France

This isn't France's first foray into hosting hyperloop companies and their test sites.

Paris Tries To Cut Back On Air Pollution

The air pollution in Paris is the worst it has been in 10 years.

For Speed and Sights, Try Paris by Bike

The fastest way to glide through the City of Lights.

Practically Paris: A Guide to le Métro Parisien

The tracks are always cleaner on the other side...
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