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Torcy (Paris RER)


Torcy (Paris RER)

Station statistics
Platforms 1 side platform
1 island platform
Tracks 3
Other information
Opened 19 December 1980
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by RATP
Passengers (2006) 5.006 million
Preceding station   RER   Following station
toward Cergy-le-Haut

Torcy (French pronunciation: ​) is a railway station in Torcy, Seine-et-Marne, a suburb east of Paris.


  • History 1
    • Ridership 1.1
  • Service 2
    • Bus connections 2.1
  • Gallery 3
  • References 4


Torcy opened on 19 December 1980 as part of an extension of the A4 branch from its previous eastern terminal of Noisy-le-Grand – Mont d'Est. It served as the eastern terminus of the A4 branch for twelve years until 1 April 1992, when the RER A4 was extended to Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy; since then, the A4 branch has yet to be extended.


According to RATP, 13,716 passengers used Torcy each day in 2006 for a total of 5,006,340 passengers annually.[1]


Torcy is on the A4 branch of the RER A and receives frequent service. As of 4 February 2008, during peak hours there are between twelve and eighteen trains per hour (intervals of five and three minutes and twenty seconds), during mid-day trains arrive every ten minutes, and early mornings and late nights trains come at fifteen minute intervals.[2][3]

The station also acts as a terminus for certain trains. Trains that terminate at Torcy will display a headline beginning with O, O being the designation that a train terminates at Torcy rather than Q for Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy.[3]

Bus connections

Along with the RER, the RATP also provides moderate bus at Torcy with both regular bus service and Noctilien service at night.

  • 211, 220, 421
  • N34, N130



  1. ^ Comité de pôle de Noisiel(French) Iris Conseil Retrieved 2008-12-30
  2. ^ RER A timetable towards Cergy-le-Haut RATP Retrieved 2008-12-24
  3. ^ a b RER A timetable towards Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy RATP Retrieved 2008-12-24

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