Paris made all public transit free for a second day this week to combat serious air pollution.
Paris is suffering from the city's worst spike in air pollution, according to the agency that measures pollution levels.
A combination of emissions from vehicles and from domestic wood fires, combined with windless conditions, are to blame for the smog. The city has taken temporary measures to lessen vehicle emissions, such as allowing only cars with odd-numbered license plates to use the road.
More than 1,700 motorists were fined for violations on Tuesday, reports the Independent.
Paris is going on its second day of free transportation.
In the meantime, Parisians are getting around via on public transportation -- free of cost.
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