A new initiative is trying to redefine what a « travail » is, and how it’s calculated.
For the first time, the Régis d’un Travaux du Travail is trying an objective definition of a « travail, » which means a period of time that occurs between two events that are separated by one or more roads.
The new definition is part of a new strategy that’s aiming to attract more clients, said Alain Legrand, the president of the Régiès d’Un Travault du Traversier.
« We’re trying to create a new term for people who don’t know what a travault is, » he told CBC News in an interview.
« I think that’s very important. »
The goal of the new strategy is to make it more understandable for new and existing clients to understand what a route is.
« Travaux is something that is really important for a lot of people, » said Legrand.
« People know what it is but they don’t understand what the term means. »
In a world where we often don’t have the time to explain things in a clear and concise way, it’s really important to create more clarity.
For example, the term « trail » might be used to describe a continuous stretch of road or a short distance between two points.
« The problem we have is that people don’t actually understand what is going on, and that’s the real challenge, » said Philippe Beaulieu, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets.
The Régie de travails de légende (the Régie of the Traversing) has been a long-term initiative of the Paris-based Régimie d’Agence de Recherche en Travers (RADAT), which is based in a city in Brittany.
The group’s mission is to provide « trails » of « comprehensive research and information » on sustainable transport, as well as « the most relevant information about the history of transportation, » according to a statement from RADAT.
The goal is to promote « sustainable transportation » through « an integrated, transparent and scientifically based network of networks and resources » that are linked to « a comprehensive vision of the transportation future. »
The group, founded in 2012, is part-funded by the Résumé de ligne des travilles de lèvres (RATL), a non-profit that helps local organizations implement sustainable transport strategies.
In addition to RADAT, RADAT has other partners in France and elsewhere.
A recent report from the Paris Metro showed that the city of Paris, which has been under a major transit-oriented development plan for the past decade, is facing an « unprecedented » lack of public space, according to the report.
In some parts of the city, the lack of space has led to people driving past a park where people gather to eat lunch or take a walk.
RADAT’s work is to help local communities, as part of its mission, create and promote sustainable transport and sustainable transport networks.
« As a community, we can do more with our transportation, but we also have the capacity to act more effectively, to promote transportation networks that are sustainable, » said Marie-Pierre Débaudre, a RADAT member and a transport consultant in Paris.
« When we do that, we create a positive, dynamic and sustainable environment for everyone. »