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Regional map of public transport in the Ile-de-France
version september 2014

The public transport network in the Ile-de-France region

The public transport network in the Ile-de-France region is made of many lines of several modes of transport : bus, TZen, tram, tube, RER and train and also specific transportation services like Noctilien, (night bus), Filéo (transport on demand on Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport) or the PAM network, transportation service, door to door, reserved for disabled people.

train / RER
Métro
Tramway
TZen
Bus et car

These lines are operated by various operators : RATP, SNCF and private companies grouped in Optile. 

You want to contact one of these operators ? Find the contact informations with the Transport services directory.

A highly developed network

The regional transportation network offers a variety of modes with in 2013 : 5 RER lines and 8 lines of trains, 16 subway lines, 6 tram lines and nearly 1,500 buses with 47 Noctilien.

The people have as well for travel 26 450 km of lines (all modes: bus, tube, tram, train and RER), 448 stations (trains and RER), 302 tube stations, 129 tram stations and more than 32 000 bus stops.

In 2011, an innovative new mode of transport is born with the opening of the first line TZen between Sénart and Corbeil.

Large increase of the transport supply since the STIF decentralization

From 2005 to 2010, the public transport supply  has greatly increased : + 79% for tram but also + 10% for RER trains, + 8% for tube and + 18% for buses.

Activity increases

Due to the different measures including supply, network usage grows steadily since many years with an increase of the number of journeys per year of nearly 20% between 2000 and 2009 to reach 4 billion in 2009.

Accessibility, a constant effort

The number of buses accessible to disabled people has been multiplied by 2.5 between 2007 and 2010. In early 2010, all buses in Paris have been made accessible and about sixty bus lines in the suburbs.

Since 2010, all the departments benefit from the services of the PAM network , more than 600 000 rides realized in 2010 equal to 1700 travels a day.