Idéal pour : social welfare recipients
01. How does it work ?
Solidarité Transport fares allow you to purchase reduced fare t+ tickets (in packs of 10), point-to-point tickets (single tickets or packs of 10) and Solidarité Transport travel passes.
To benefit from reduced fares, you must apply to the Solidarité Transport Agency.
02. How do I obtain the right to travel at reduced fares?
- Prepare your CMU-C attestation (issued by your health insurance regime), your latest ASSEDIC jobless benefits statement, your RSA beneficiary attestation , or your family allowance number issued by Caisse d'Allocations Familiales.
- Call the Agence Solidarité Transport Île-de-France at 0 800 948 999 (no charge for fixed-line calls) during business hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.. A receptionist will create a file in your name and will send you an application.
- Return the completed and signed application along with an ID photo and the requested supporting documents in the attached 'T' pre-paid return envelop.
- You will receive your free Navigo travel card (as well as travel cards for any eligible dependents) within three weeks.
- You must then load your free travel rights onto your Navigo card at the point of sales of your choice.
For more information and to apply online: www.solidaritetransport.fr
03. What is a mobility voucher (chèque mobilité)?
Mobility vouchers allow the bearer to purchase tickets and travel passes of their choosing (except Solidarité Transport travel passes, on-board bus tickets, and tourist tickets). With a value of 4€ or 8€, these vouchers are simply exchanged for tickets and no change is returned on the residual value. They are accepted at RATP and SNCF Transilien ticket desks.
Where can I apply for them?
Mobility vouchers are attributed by local social welfare services.