2013, another year of the tram

Following 2012, which was marked by the opening of extensions for tramway lines T1, T2 and T3, RATP has beefed up its network in 2013 with the creation of tramway lines T5 and T7, which are likewise operated in the Île-de-France region.

T5 : from Marché de Saint-Denis to Garges Sarcelles


Picto Twitter T5 80 x 80 pixelsInaugurated on 31 August 2013, tramway line T5 has since 29 July 2013 run between Marché de Saint-Denis and Garges Sarcelles. Serving more than 86,000 local residents and workers, with 30,000 passengers expected daily.

A Twitter account dedicated to the T5 tram line provides passengers with traffic updates: @T5_RATP

T5THE T5 TRAM LINE IN FIGURES

First tyre-based tramway in the Île-de-France region
6.6 km of track
16 stations
5-minute rush-hour service frequency
Enhanced links with RER line D, metro line 13, tramway T1 and an improved bus network
4 neighbourhoods served: Saint-Denis, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, Sarcelles and Garges-lès-Gonesse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


> Brochure: Les idées malignes" du T5 [This content is not available in English]
> T5 tram schedules - map - traffic updates
> Read more on the start-up of service

T7 : from Villejuif to Athis-Mons


Twitter RATP ligne T7Inaugurated and rolled out on 16 November 2013, tramway line T7 links Villejuif and Athis-Mons. Serving 65,000 local residents and workers, with 36,000 passengers expected daily.

A Twitter account dedicated to the T7 tram line provides passengers with traffic updates: @T7_RATP

Tramway T7THE T7 TRAM LINE IN FIGURES

11.2 km of track
18 stations, fully accessible to all passengers
6-minute rush-hour service frequency
Enhanced links with metro line 7, TVM bus, RER line C and Orlyval
10 neighbourhoods served: Villejuif, L’Haÿ-les-Roses, Vitry-sur-Seine, Chevilly-Larue, Thiais, Rungis, Paray-Vieille-Poste, Orly, Villeneuve-le-Roi and Athis-Mons

 

> Brochure: Les idées malignes" du T7 [This content is not available in English]
> T7 tram schedules - map - traffic updates
> Read more on the start-up of service