The SNCF's massive tree felling along the Gapencais-Buech railway line had elicited emotion and incomprehension. The mayor of Gap followed suit a few days later with ecologists from the Alpine Society for the Protection of Nature (LPO), and the League for the Protection of Birds. Initially reluctant to communicate, management of the SNCF informed the associations on Wednesday, June 8, that they planned to meet them. Alain Girodon, LPO 05 reports that a meeting should be held "soon" to discuss the steps to be taken. "I don't think the work will be as good as it has been. The message was well understood by the SNCF. The work to secure the area around the railway continues in the interim. "There were no more cuts. However, Gap.
High mountains. Tree felling by the SNCF: The construction site was suspended pending further discussions
The SNCF's massive tree felling along the Gapencais-Buech railway line had elicited emotion and incomprehension.