Do you want to make a single, one-way trip using any of the metro lines, the RER within Paris, the Île-de-France region’s bus routes (with the exception of Orlybus and Roissybus), trams, or the Montmartre funicular? The t+ ticket is made for you.
Ideal for : passengers in Paris and the Île-de-France region who use public transport only occasionally
- Allows you to travel by bus, metro, tram, and RER (within Paris), and on the Montmartre funicular
- 20% savings when you purchase a pack of 10 tickets
How does it work ?
Important: please note that packs of 10 paper t+ ticket are being phased out, for more information clik here.
The t+ ticket allows you to travel on the metro, RER in zone 1, Île-de-France region’s bus routes (except Orlybus and Roissybus), trams, and the Montmartre funicular.
The following transfers are possible:
- Metro - Metro for 90 minutes hours from validation;
- Metro - RER and RER - RER within Paris, for 90 minutes hours between the first and last validation;
- Bus - Bus (including transfers between the RATP and OPTILE networks), for 90 minutes between the first and last validation;
- Bus - Tram and Tram - Tram, for 90 minutes between the first and last validation.
How much does it cost ?
t+ ticketA l'unité
t+ ticketTicket d'accès à bord*
t+ ticketTitre à Bord SMS**
New tariffs applicable from 1 January 2023
* Single tickets only are sold on board buses (valid for one bus trip, no transfers).
To pay less and buy packs of 10 tickets, consider paperless tickets. Find out more here.
Who is eligible for reduced fare tickets
- Children, aged 4 to under 10;
- Solidarité Transport discount card holders;
- “Large family” (Famille nombreuse) blue discount cardholders, issued by SNCF;
- Blind civilians with a “social assistance for the blind and severely disabled” disability card certified “blind”, together with a travel coupon for the guide;
- Disabled veterans with a priority card issued by the prefecture of police or a disability card issued by the National Office for Veterans and War Victims, with a single or double blue or red bar, presented alone;
- Groups of at least 10 young people under 16 and an accompanying adult* or high school students, terminale class included, who travel in groups of 10 and are accompanied by a teacher *. This discount is not valid on buses and trams. The accompanying adult must fill in a declaration on honor;
- Groups of at least 8 children and their accompanying adult traveling on school outings or extracurricular trips organized by primary schools or recreation centers hosted by these institutions. The accompanying adult must fill in a declaration on honor.
* The teacher or accompanying adult also benefits from the reduced fare. For groups of over 10 youths, there can be an additional accompanying adult for every 10 or fewer youths.
Note: group reductions are not valid on the bus or tram networks.
Where to purchase tickets ?
T+ tickets can be purchased:
- at our ticket desks and automatic vending machines, located in all our metro, bus, tram, and RER stations (single tickets or packs of 10),
- at RATP authorised retailers (packs of 10),
- in the food service bar carriage of certain TGV train lines (single tickets or packs of 10),
- Book online with Parisinfo (packs of 10).
How long is the t+ ticket valid?
- One validated, the t+ ticket allows you to make as many transfers as you want on the metro and RER networks for 90 minutes hours (after the first validation), and for 90 minutes on the bus and tram networks (between the first and last validation).
- Every time you change buses or trams, you must validate your t+ ticket once again.
What are the specific rules for certain services?
When traveling on Noctilien network:
- 1 journey requires the validation of t+ ticket for the 2-digit bus lines and N135 line.
- 1 journey requires the validation of 2 t+tickets between all other lines.
Transfers are possible between two Noctilians buses. Tickets must be validated for each transfer.
General Conditions of Use
To read the General Conditions of use, click here.
Frequently asked questions
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