December 31st, subways, trains, RER and buses will circulate all night throughout the Ile-de-France. And for free!
As every year, public transport will be free throughout the Ile-de-France.
“Ten lines of trains and RER, 6 subway lines and many bus lines (Noctiliens and special circuits) will work all night,” says Ile-de-France Mobilités in a statement.
From 2:15 am, lines 1,2,4,6,9 and 14 will continue to operate until the complete reopening of the network from 5:30.
Note that not all stations will be served.
While lines A and B of the RER will run in both directions all night, lines C and D as well as some branches of the lines H, J, L, N, P and R of the suburban trains (Transilien) will circulate to variable frequencies, and only in the Paris-suburbs direction.
The Noctilien network , in service from 0:30 to 5:30, will be adapted for this special evening depending on the traffic constraints, safety perimeters and in addition to the rail network (trainRER, metro):
– the ring roads N01 and N02 will circulate,
– the crossing lines N11 to N16 will not circulate,
– the lines starting usually of Châtelet are modified.
Thus, the following lines will take their first passengers:
– N21 and N122 at Gare Montparnasse,
– N22 at Gare de Lyon,
– N23 at Gare de l’Est,
– N24 at Gare Saint-Lazare.
Two lines usually departing from Gare de l’Est are also modified: the N144 will take its first passengers to Gare de Lyon and the N145 to Gare Montparnasse. The itinerary modifications will be specified on board all the vehicles of these lines.
The service of the Seine-Saint-Denis network (TRA Transdev) is extended:
– Line 601: The Raincy – Villemomble – Montfermeil RER / Montfermeil Hospital.
– Line 617: Aulnay-sous-Bois RER / Villepinte RER.
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