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Ile-de-France Mobility is deemed to be too high, the invoice of the RATP

RATP has made its accounts. It is estimated that, this year, the health crisis will have a negative impact of 450 million euros on revenues and 330 million on its net income.

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But, so that the note does not go beyond that, it would be necessary for the Ile-de-France Mobility abides by a clause in the contract between the two parties. This body was presided over by Valérie Pécresse to take his load 90% of the sub-economic performance of the operator of the subway and bus parisiens caused by the epidemic. A mechanism foreseen in the event of a severe skid commercial.

After all, argues the RATP, the île-de-France Mobility has taken advantage of this rule which also provides that this last cash 90% of the gains in the event of outperformance. Last year was a good year, the RATP has returned, and more than 83 million euros in the Ile-de-France Mobility. But this organization, which is under threat of cessation of payments did not hear from this ear.

"The clause of the contract to which the RATP alluded to is null and void, says one in the entourage of Valérie Pécresse. The article that must apply is section 111 which provides for a revision of the contract when its economy is shattered. This is the case with the health crisis."

Mail sent in early June

besides, according to our information, the Ile-de-France Mobility sent a letter in early June to the RATP to make its pitch. "The contract is not a self-service where the RATP use the "arrange" hits the nail in the entourage of Valérie Pécresse.

Ile-de-France Mobility also made the point that she set ruby on the nail its contribution to the RATP in march, April and may, while the service was not up to the minimum imposed by the contract. And plant a last banderille. "We expect the RATP to make productivity gains to the cost of transportation even as it is in a monopoly situation until 2039 without any risk, says one in the entourage of Valérie Pécresse. Margins exist."

For the moment, the talks between the two sides have not started. But, it was understood, they may be muscular. Because each of the two parties will defend his point of view to assume with the least possible financial consequences of the pandemic Covid-19, which resulted in a drop in attendance and revenue in the subways, the buses and trams of paris.

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