Aéroports De Paris
A major player in French aeronautics, this company owns and manages the 3 main airports in the Greater Paris Region:
- Paris-Charles de Gaulle
- Paris-Le Bourget
Atelier International du Grand Paris
Separate from the Société du Grand Paris (SGP), AIGP is a public interest group that is managed by the Deputy Mayor of Paris. AIGP brings together architects and town planners selected to carry out urban studies around the challenges linked to the Greater Paris project such as multi-modal transport, housing, economy or even town planning. The Board includes representatives from the government, the Greater Paris Region, the City of Paris and Paris Métropole.
Association des Maires d’Ile-de-France
The Association of Mayors in the Greater Paris Region brings together 80% of the region’s mayors. It gives opinion on issues including urbanism, taxation, environment, transport and employment in the Greater Paris Region.
Agence Nationale pour la Rénovation Urbaine
The National Agency for Urban Regeneration was created by Jean-Louis Borloo in 2004 while he was Minister for Towns and Urban Regeneration; this agency reports in to the Ministry for Urban Affairs.
The overall aim of the agency is to support broad-based urban projects to fully transform areas by:
- Renovating buildings, road networks and facilities;
- Re-incorporating areas into the wider city;
- Creating a social mix in housing;
- Introducing mixed use by diversifying activity (retail, economic activity, culture and leisure).
A project for an inner-suburb public transport introduced by the Greater Paris Region Authority in 2007 for the key areas of the Region Master Plan (SDRIF – Schéma Directeur Régional d’Ile-de-France).
Following agreement with the State, it officially merged with the Greater Paris public transport network on the 26 January 2011 to become Grand Paris Express as it is known today.
Based on the Vélib’ model (self-service bicycle network), Autolib’ is a self-service electric car service.