Line 17

By 2030, Line 17 will connect Saint-Denis Pleyel to Mesnil-Amelot, with a stop at Charles de Gaulle airport. One of its sections will be common with Line 16, between the sections of Saint-Denis Pleyel and Le Bourget RER. Mainly underground, part of the tracks however will be above ground, between Triangle de Gonesse and Charles de Gaulle airport stations, unlike any other Grand Paris Express line.
Once completed, the 25 km line will serve nine stations and will connect the Saint-Denis labour pool with Charles de Gaulle airport, also providing interconnection points with existing RER B and D lines and tramway T1 line.

Strengthening connections between the Creation cluster (Saint-Denis – Pleyel), the Airspace cluster (Le Bourget) and the International Trade and Events cluster (Roissy Charles de Gaulle), Line 17 will contribute to their growth.

The successive realisation and commissioning of Line 17 sections will progress alongside the Grand Paris Express project until 2030.

Line 17 commissioning milestones :
  • 2023: Saint-Denis Pleyel / Le Bourget RER
  • 2024: Le Bourget RER / the Triangle de Gonesse – The Triangle de Gonesse / Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport terminal 4
  • 2030: Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport terminal 4 / Le Mesnil-Amelot

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Phase 1 – By 2023

Southwards Line 17 – Saint-Denis Pleyel / Le Bourget RER

Called “Ligne 17 Sud” (southwards Line 17) and with tracks in common with line 16, the southern section of line 17 will connect Saint-Denis Pleyel to Le Bourget.

Identical to line 16’s, the schedule for this section includes consultation, study and construction phases.

Where do we stand?

JLL France - Grand Paris - Calendar Subway Line 17
Public information meetings and discussions between Société du Grand Paris (SGP) and the population have taken place from 18th November to 18th December 2013. They aim to present the project, dialogue with inhabitants, answer questions and take feedback into account.

The rest of the project timeline includes :

  • Public consultation: october-november 2014
  • Report from the Commission of Enquiry : february 2015
    Northwards line 14, line 16 and Southwards line 17 received a favourable assessment on February 9th 2015 from the commission in charge of the public enquiry, according to the report and conclusions that were submitted to the Prefect of the Greater Paris Region and to the President of the Paris Administrative Count
  • Statement of Public Utility : 29 December 2015
  • Construction kick-off : 2016
  • Commissioning target date : by 2023

Phase 2 – By 2024

Northwards Line 17 – Le Bourget RER / Triangle de Gonesse

Where do we stand?
JLL France - Grand Paris - Calendar Subway Line 17
No step has been taken so far. Provisional timetable produced by the government:
  • Public consultation: April-May 2016
    Taking place from 25th April to 31th May 2016, the public consultation was an important step in the project as it aimed to collect public opinions in this first section of this Grand Paris Express automatic line. 20 km with about 5.5 in the air, there will have 6 new stations, and will connect the Le Bourget RER station to the Mesnil-Amelot.
  • Statement of Public Utility: February 16th 2017
  • Construction kick-off: 2018
  • Commissioning target date: 2024

 

Northwards Line 17 – The Triangle de Gonesse / Aéroport Charles de Gaulle (T4)

Where do we stand?
JLL France - Grand Paris - Calendar Subway Line 17
Provisional timetable produced by the government:
  • Public consultation: April-May 2016
    Taking place from 25th April to 31th May 2016, the public consultation was an important step in the project as it aimed to collect public opinions in this first section of this Grand Paris Express automatic line. 20 km with about 5.5 in the air, there will have 6 new stations, and will connect the Le Bourget RER station to the Mesnil-Amelot.
  • Statement of Public Utility: February 16th 2017
  • Construction kick-off: 2018
  • Commissioning target date: 2024

Phase 3 – By 2030

Northwards Line 17 – Aéroport Charles de Gaulle (T4) / Le Mesnil-Amelot

Where do we stand?
JLL France - Grand Paris - Calendar Subway Line 17
Provisional timetable produced by the government:
  • Public consultation: April-May 2016
    Taking place from 25th April to 31th May 2016, the public consultation was an important step in the project as it aimed to collect public opinions in this first section of this Grand Paris Express automatic line. 20 km with about 5.5 in the air, there will have 6 new stations, and will connect the Le Bourget RER station to the Mesnil-Amelot.
  • Statement of Public Utility: February 16th 2017
  • Construction kick-off: 2018
  • Commissioning target date: by 2030