Network modernisation

Focus on the extension of Line 14

The June 24, 2024, Line 14 has been extended both north and south: spanning 30 kilometers, it now connects Saint-Denis Pleyel to Orly Airport. Here's the full story.

The northern and southern extensions of Line 14 are now operational! Since June 24, 2024, it is possible to travel between the new stations Saint-Denis Pleyel and Aéroport d'Orly in 40 minutes.


With a length of 14 kilometers to the south and 1.6 kilometers to the north, this extension of Line 14 includes 8 new stations:

  • To the north: new terminus Saint-Denis Pleyel
  • To the south: Maison Blanche, Hôpital Bicêtre, Villejuif – Gustave Roussy (opening late 2024), L’Haÿ-les-Roses, Chevilly-Larue, Thiais – Orly, and Aéroport d'Orly.

Line 14 thus becomes the longest metro line in Île-de-France, with a total length of 30 kilometers and 21 stations! By 2025, 1 million trips will be made on this line every day.



A true backbone of the Grand Paris Express, it will connect with the future metro lines 15, 16, 17, and 18. Starting now, new connections are possible thanks to the extensions:

  • Saint-Denis – Pleyel : METROmetro ligne 13RERrer ligne D
  • Maison Blanche : METROmetro ligne 7TRAMWAYtram ligne T3B
  • Chevilly-Larue : TRAMWAYtram ligne T7bus ligne TVM
  • Thiais – Orly : RERrer ligne C
  • Aéroport d’Orly : TRAMWAYtram ligne T7bus ligne ORLYBUSet Orlyval

This extension is part of the Grand Paris Express project, led by the Société des Grands Projets (SGP). On February 24, 2015, the SGP temporarily transferred project management to the RATP for the southern section (excluding the stations Villejuif - Gustave Roussy and Aéroport d'Orly, which are under the management of SGP and Aéroports de Paris, respectively). The northern section remains under the management of SGP.


A look back in pictures at 6 years of work

Line 14 answers your questions!

On the occasion of the extension of Line 14, Emmanuel Sologny, the director of Line 14, answered travelers' questions. Watch his answers in the video!

Enhancing the Attractiveness of the Territories

Thanks to the southern extension of Line 14, the entire population of southeastern Paris and the Val-de-Marne department are directly connected to the Île-de-France rail transit network.

The arrival of the metro contributes to the enhancement of the attractiveness of the served territories, both urban and economic. Thus, Line 14 provide a direct connection from Paris-Orly Airport to Châtelet-les Halles in 25 minutes.

Additionally, key economic hubs in Île-de-France, such as the National Interest Market of Rungis, the future Cité de la Gastronomie, the ZAC des Meuniers, and the ZAC Sénia, are directly linked to each other and connected to the city of Paris via Line 14.

Prolongement Line 14