Network modernisation

Extension of the T3b line to Porte d’Asnières

On 24 November, the T3b line will open 8 new stations between Porte de La Chapelle and Porte d’Asnières.

4.3km long, this second extension westwards across the north of the 18th and 17th   arrondissements of Paris comprises 8 new stations. As with the extension of line 14 in this zone, the new T3 extension will link up the major urban developments in the north and north-west of the capital, serving districts in the process of being transformed.

In this way, it will participate in the renewal of the Clichy-Batignolles neighbourhood, the opening of the planned law court, as well as the transformation of the adjacent districts of Clichy and Saint-Ouen.

Plan T3b

Key facts of the T3b extension

  • 8 new stations built between Porte de La Chapelle and Porte d’Asnières
  • 4.3 km line extension
  • 89,000 additional passengers expected on the extended line
  • 211 million euro project, funded by the City of Paris (60%), Île-de-France region (28%) and the French government (12%)
  • 14 new trains, costing 48 million euros, financed by Île-de-France Mobilités, the Paris region transport  authority 
  • Operating costs of T3 line are financed by Île-de-France Mobilités

New stations mean new platform announcements. Take a look behind the scenes at the recording of the platform announcements for the new stations of the Paris T3b tramway.

See the new route in time-lapse footage from the driver's cab

Tram Line T3b