Grand Paris Express is pivotal to the future of the Greater Paris Region
What’s in store with Grand Paris Express?
Over 205 km long, the new transportation network will comprise four new lines and the extension of two existing lines, all of them automatic and equipped with platform screen doors to ensure high standards of service and maximal safety.
Looping around Paris, circular Line 15 will connect towns such as La Défense, Saint-Denis, Rosny-sous-Bois, Champigny-sur-Marne, Villejuif, Issy-les-Moulineaux et Nanterre.
Line 16 will run from Noisy-Champs to Saint-Denis Pleyel.
Running from Saint-Denis Pleyel to Le Mesnil Amelot, Line 17 will connect the airports of Le Bourget and Roissy-Charles de Gaulle.
Grand Paris Express
Grand Paris Express is to be developed by phases. Its completion being scheduled for 2030.
Public agency Société du Grand Paris (SGP) is the overall project owner, with the exception of two sections of extended lines 11 and 14, which will be handled by STIF and RATP.
Take a glance at the Grand Paris Express project: