La Voie est Liber, which brings together opponents of the motorway project between Castres and Toulouse, will take part in the “March against motorways” on the planned route from October 21st to 24th.
“How can you imagine that the Pierre Fabre Group is still supporting projects against climate change, the sixth extinction of a species and all efforts against its CSR policy commitments? ” wrote the collective in an open letter to the pharmaceutical giant.
Eric Ducournau, Managing Director of the Pierre Fabre Group, confirms Tarn’s constant support for this rapid connection. The Castres-Mazamet Basin must be based on providing enhanced, modernized and diversified transport solutions tomorrow. ”.
Furthermore, “I strongly support the A69 project because its realization can reduce the number of accidents and improve the quality of life of many people”.More than 700 employees of the Pierre Fabre Group Employees, partners and service providers move between Toulouse and Castres every day. Also, according to Public Works Proclamation figures, future highways should free his current RN126 from traffic of about 8,000 cars a day and his 800 heavy goods vehicles.
And in conclusion, “We would like to emphasize that our support for future A69 projects is prudent support in light of the concessionaire’s environmental commitment and the state’s guarantor.”