One of the world's most famous streets, the Champs Elysees in Paris, will be closed to cars one Sunday a month to let pedestrians reign supreme.
Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo says it's part of a series of environmentally friendly measures planned for this year.
Other plans include permanent pedestrianisation, starting in summer, for a stretch of high-traffic road bordering the river Seine's right bank.
Thousands of Parisians strolled down the Champs Elysees on the last Sunday of September when it was closed to cars as part of a Europe-wide 'day-without-cars' event.
Ms Hidalgo said all of Paris would be closed to cars when the event is held again this year.