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Transilien Paris – Lyon

Transilien
Paris – Lyon
Paris region public transport
Métro lines
Line 1 Line 7bis
Line 2 Line 8
Line 3 Line 9
Line 3bis Line 10
Line 4 Line 11
Line 5 Line 12
Line 6 Line 13
Line 7 Line 14
RER lines
Line A Line D
Line B Line E
Line C
Suburban rail (Transilien)
Saint-Lazare Nord
La Défense Est
Montparnasse Lyon
Airport shuttles
CDGVAL Orlyval
Bus
Bus (RATP) Noctilien
  Bus (Optile)  
Tramway
Tramway T1 Tramway T4
Tramway T2 Tramway T5
Tramway T3a Tramway T7
Tramway T3b
Other
Montmartre funicular

Transilien Paris – Lyon is one of the sectors in the Paris Transilien suburban rail network. The trains on this sector depart from Gare de Lyon in central Paris, as well as from Melun station in the suburbs. Transilien services from Paris – Lyon are part of the SNCF Gare de Lyon rail network. The line has 60,000 passengers per weekday.[1]

Services include:

  • Paris Lyon – Melun – Montargis
  • Paris Lyon – Melun – Fontainebleau – Montereau
  • Melun – Héricy – Montereau

Contents

  • Stations served 1
    • Montargis line 1.1
    • Montereau line 1.2
    • Montereau line (via Héricy) 1.3
  • References 2

Stations served

Montargis line

Montereau line

Montereau line (via Héricy)

References

  1. ^ SNCF Transilien : Ligne R : plan, horaires, travaux, information, actualités SNCF, 10/2014


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