For those who take Parisian transport you have got essentially come throughout, even with out realizing it, a sure rabbit. Together with his well-known phrase “Do not put your fingers on the doorways, you danger getting pinched very onerous” Serge le Lapin warns customers of all of the dangers they could encounter on the community. Wearing his orange T-shirt and blue pants, he blows out one more candle.
For the event, the RATP is planning occasions on sure transport traces on Could 3. Metro, RER, bus, tram, you’ll be able to play with Serge the Rabbit all day lengthy in your technique to or from work, for instance. A station agent will likely be there to problem vacationers, particularly by discovering the mascot in alternate for a reward.
A creation in 1977
Born on February 15, 1977 from the fingers of designer Anne Le Lagadec, the rabbit initially wore orange overalls. Since its creation, its mission has all the time been the identical, to forestall the danger of finger pinching in Parisian public transport. It was solely in 1986, when he modified look underneath the pencil of Serge Maury that the rabbit turned Serge le Lapin. It modifications one final time in 2014 to alter the options and staging of the sticker. Deployed on the 24,000 metro and RER doorways, it has additionally been affixed to 115 escalators for a while. A brand new mission for the mascot confronted with the danger of sure escalators.
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