The Grand Paris Express, a convenient new way to travel to the Paris suburbs and Île-de-France

Paris is embarking on an ambitious plan, The Grand Paris Express, to cope with its huge tourist arrivals and solve the long-maligned traffic congestion problem. Through this project, it will not only connect Paris and its suburbs with the Île-de-France region. Working closely together, the project build the greenest intercity transportation for the district around 2060 to achieve the goals of green travel and carbon neutrality.

Paris was among the world’s first cities to have a metro system. Its first line opened in 1900 as part of the city’s construction efforts to host the Olympic Games that same year. It expanded rapidly and extensively during the decades that followed. Until the 1960s, the metro was almost confined to inner-city Paris, having over several decades extended the termini of its stations relatively little to the inner suburbs (which it then did gradually), the bus and the train of suburbs remaining the main transport for the suburbs and the greater suburbs.

Île-de-France concentrates a range of high-density urban cultural activities: the capital but also other Ile-de-France cities are home to a very large number of museums, theaters, concert halls and shows. This presence of culture in the city contributes to the region’s capacity to attract tourists. Cultural activity linked to urban heritage contributes to the influence of the region.

Île-de-France and in particular the Paris metropolitan area have assets which contribute to making it an essential hub for European transport. Ile-de-France has a large amount of tangible cultural heritage, which has greatly enriched the tourism demand in the suburbs of Paris. The completion of The Grand Paris Express will significantly reduce the travel time and number of transfers required from the city center to the suburbs, greatly facilitating short-term visits for passengers.

The future transport network of Le Grand Paris will be based on a ring route system around the capital, connecting all parts of the Île-de-France region with each other and with Paris itself. This unprecedented driver of economic and technological progress will provide connections between the three Parisian airports, the business districts and the science and technology hubs of the region, enabling people, ideas and goods to circulate more quickly.

The venerable Paris Métro is about to get its most significant upgrade in decades with the arrival of the Grand Paris Express, a new 200-kilometer (120-mile) system that will add four lines and 68 brand-new stations to the network.

These will mainly be connecting suburban towns without passing through the densely populated city of Paris – adding outer rings to an underground map of Paris. By reducing existing spatial inequalities and bridging mobility gaps, the new transport network will make day-to-day life easier for people in the Île-de-France region, and the new development hubs it creates will help to spread prosperity more evenly – as well widening access to the jobs market.

Once the whole network is up and running, the Grand Paris Express will generate an additional €100 billion in GDP and more than 115,000 jobs in addition to those created by the natural growth of the region. Between 250,000 and 400,000 housing units will also be built around the 68 stations of the future metro system.

The Grand Paris Express
The Grand Paris Express is the transport and development project that will allow you to move more easily and quickly from suburb to suburb without going through Paris. With the Grand Paris Express, new mobility solutions will be available to you.

Line 14, extended to Saint-Denis in the north and Paris – Orly airport in the south, will constitute the backbone of Greater Paris. It will serve 8 new stations located in Paris, Val-de-Marne, Essonne and Seine-Saint-Denis.
Line 15 will form a loop around Paris and cross the neighboring departments: Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-de-Marne and Hauts-de-Seine. It will also pass through Seine-et-Marne, to Champs-Sur-Marne.
Line 16 will serve Seine-Saint-Denis, from Saint-Denis to Clichy-Montfermeil before stopping in Seine-et-Marne at Chelles then at Champs-sur-Marne.
Line 17 will run towards the north of Île-de-France from Saint-Denis to Mesnil-Amelot via Le Bourget and Roissy – Charles de Gaulle.
Line 18 will mainly serve Essonne and Yvelines, from Orly airport to Versailles via the Saclay plateau.

68 stations, all accessible, designed for the comfort of travelers, and open to the city. 80% of stations connected to the existing network: metro, RER, transilien, tramway. A 10-minute walk from the Grand Paris Express stations, you will have access to: 130 higher education establishments; more than 408 health establishments; some 656 cultural facilities flourish…

Extension projects
A global vision of mobility is essential today to make life easier for travelers and offer the best choice for getting around. The future of the network, a new public transport offer is being built for all Ile-de-France residents. More than 100km of tramway and 200km of Metro and RER will be built to complete the current network and simplify journeys from suburb to suburb.

By 2022, 13 extension projects or new train, metro and tram lines will see the light of day. Concerning buses, 120 new projects were launched for 2018.

Métro Lines Prolongement

Metroline 1
Château de Vincennes < > Val de Fontenay
The fully automatic Metro 1 connects La Défense to Château de Vincennes station, crossing Paris from west to east. Tomorrow, the project plans to extend Metro 1 to the east, from the current Château de Vincennes terminus to Val de Fontenay station, serving three new stations: Les Rigollots in Fontenay-sous-Bois, on the edge of Vincennes, Grands Pêchers in Montreuil, Val de Fontenay in Fontenay-sous-Bois.

With these three new stations, the extension will better serve the municipalities of Vincennes, Fontenay-sous-Bois and Montreuil. It will also make it possible to strengthen the robustness of the transport network through an efficient network: The extended Metro 1 will offer a new fast and efficient connection between the center of Paris and the activity centers of La Défense, Châtelet and Val de Fontenay. New connections will be created with the RER A and E, the future Metro 15 Est and the terminus of the future extension of the T1 tramway and the Bords de Marne Bus at Val de Fontenay, the first station in the east of the Ile-de-France region. With the new Les Rigollots and Grands Pêchers stations, Metro 1 will serve urban neighborhoods currently isolated from major public transport networks.

Metroline 11
Rosny-Bois-Perrier > Noisy-Champs
Metro 11 connects Châtelet (Paris 1st) to Mairie des Lilas (93). The extension to Rosny-Bois-Perrier (93) is currently under construction. The extension to Noisy-Champs (77) aims to better serve the near and middle suburbs of Paris by offering a direct connection between two major activity centers in the east of Paris.

Metroline 12
Popular Front > Aubervilliers Town Hall
Metro 12 connects Mairie d’Issy (92) to Front Populaire (93). After the extension from Porte de la Chapelle (Paris 18th) to Front Populaire, opened in 2012, the extension to Mairie d’Aubervilliers (93) will put the center of Aubervilliers less than 10 minutes from Paris. It thus contributes to the renewal of the town center of Aubervilliers and better service to the Plaine Saint-Denis.

Metroline 14
Olympiades > Orly Airport
Metro 14, fully automatic, connects Mairie de Saint-Ouen (93) to Olympiades (Paris 13th). The extension south to Orly Airport (91, 94) will serve 10 cities spread across Paris, Val-de-Marne and Essonne. It will provide a direct link between Orly airport and the center of Paris.

Metroline 15
Pont de Sèvres > Noisy-Champs
Metro 15 South will connect Pont de Sèvres station (92) to Noisy-Champs station (77 and 93). It constitutes the first section of Metro 15, fully automatic and underground, on a ring road close to Paris, which will deconstruct existing public transport networks by effectively serving the inner-city departments with trips from suburb to suburb.

Saint-Denis Pleyel > Champigny Center
Metro 15 Est will connect Saint-Denis Pleyel station (93) to Champigny-sur-Marne (94). With Metro 15 South from Pont de Sèvres to Noisy-Champs and Metro 15 West from Pont de Sèvres to Saint-Denis Pleyel, Metro 15 Est constitutes the third and final section of Metro 15, fully automatic and underground, on a nearby ring road of Paris, which will make it possible to de-saturate existing public transport networks by effectively serving the inner-ring departments with trips from suburb to suburb. Metro 15 Est will provide efficient connections to the capital or to the whole of Île-de-France thanks to its numerous connections to existing and future networks.

Metroline 16
Saint-Denis Pleyel > Noisy-Champs
Metro 16 will connect Saint-Denis Pleyel (93) to Noisy-Champs (77 and 93) via Le Bourget, with a common trunk with Metro 17 from Saint-Denis Pleyel to Le Bourget. The line will be built in two phases: the first from Saint-Denis Pleyel to Clichy Montfermeil, the second from Clichy Montfermeil to Noisy-Champs. This new fully automatic line will contribute to opening up the east of Seine-Saint-Denis and will provide a direct link to the centers of Bourget and Plaine Saint-Denis. On commuter-to-suburb journeys, the time savings will be considerable.

Metroline 17
Saint-Denis Pleyel > Le Mesnil Amelot
Metro 17 will connect Saint-Denis Pleyel (93) to Mesnil Amelot (77) via Le Bourget, with a common trunk with Metro 16 from Saint-Denis Pleyel to Le Bourget. It will be put into service in two phases: the first from Saint-Denis Pleyel to Charles de Gaulle Airport T2, the second from Charles de Gaulle Airport T2 to Mesnil Amelot. This new fully automatic line will provide service to the areas of Bourget, Gonesse and Grand Roissy by connecting them directly to Plaine Saint-Denis. It will also strengthen access to the Le Bourget Exhibition Center.

Metroline 18
Orly Airport > Versailles Construction Sites
Metro 18 will connect Orly Airport (94) to Versailles Chantiers (78) in two phases: the first from Orly Airport to CEA Saint-Aubin, the second from CEA Saint-Aubin to Versailles Chantiers. This new fully automatic line will meet the travel needs of residents, students, researchers and employees who live, study or work nearby, particularly in Antony, Massy, on the Saclay plateau, in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and Versailles.

New stations
The new systematic presence of passenger buildings will be designed as “interchanges” in order to facilitate the complementary use of the automatic metro and all other modes of travel. Connections with other public transport, from plane to bicycle, will thus be efficient and comfortable. They will also be designed to be more than places of passage, but real living spaces open to the city with services and businesses contributing to local urban vitality and the quality of life of residents.

The majority of these stations are major stations in the network due to their connections with other lines in the GPE network or with existing lines. Eight emblematic structures are now planned: Pont de Bondy, Clichy – Montfermeil, Villejuif – Gustave Roussy, Nanterre-La Folie, Noisy – Champs, Saint-Denis Pleyel, Parc des Expositions and Le Bourget RER.

The line 18 viaduct and its stations is also included. The station platforms will be equipped with glass platform facades, equipped with doors to access the train, avoiding any intrusion or fall on the tracks, and helping to ensure regular service of the line as well as the safety of passengers, the metros running without driver.

RER Lines Extension
In 1969, the first section of the regional metro, future RER, was inaugurated: this new route linking the Nation to Boissy-Saint-Léger, completely electrified, was carried out largely on the former “Vincennes line” previously served by steam trains and considerably reduced travel times. The following year, a large direct Étoile – La Défense rail link was put into service, ten years after the start of construction of the new business district. It was extended to the new Auber station in the Opera district in 1972, then west towards Saint-Germain-en-Laye by integrating part of the historic line in 1973.

In 1977, the crossing of Paris by the new RER A was completed by the connection between the Auber and Châtelet – Les Halles stations, while a new branch towards Marne-la-Vallée was built. At the same time, the Sceaux line serving the Chevreuse valley and the south-east of Hauts-de-Seine was extended towards the new heart of the network at Les Halles and became the RER B. Over the following years, these two lines were extended using already existing railway lines or extended but operated with other SNCF trains terminating at surface stations, towards the north-east and Roissy airport for the RER B, towards the city news from Cergy-Pontoise for the RER A.

RERline E
Saint-Lazare > Mantes-la-Jolie
Commissioned in 1999, the RER E currently connects Haussmann Saint-Lazare (Paris 9th) to Chelles Gournay (77) and Tournan (77). The extension to the west to Mantes-la-Jolie (78), known as the Eole project, will improve service to the West of the Ile-de-France region by offering an alternative to the RER A, the central section of which is saturated during peak hours. . It consists of redeveloping the existing line between Mantes-la-Jolie and La Défense and drilling a tunnel from La Défense to Haussmann Saint-Lazare. Furthermore, the master plan for the RER E to the east approved in 2016 by Île-de-France Mobilités initiates a plan for the renewal of this line as well as the Transilien P.

Tramway Lines Extension
As the Paris metropolitan area expands and becomes more and more populated over the years, more and more inter-suburb tram lines was build, projects to build large suburban tramways are underway, one of which corresponds to a “great belt” , similar but in public transport to the Francilienne used by motor cars.

Tramline T1
Asnières > Colombes:
Since 2012, Tram T1 has linked Noisy-le-Sec (93) to Asnières Gennevilliers Les Courtilles (92). The extension to the west will serve the towns of Asnières-sur-Seine, Bois-Colombes and Colombes, where it will connect with Tram T2. It will ensure good service to the neighborhoods and improve their living environment by requalifying the routes used. Connections with the train and metro will facilitate access to areas located west of Paris.

Noisy-le-Sec > Val de Fontenay:
The extension to the east will serve the towns of Noisy-le-Sec, Romainville, Montreuil, Rosny-sous-Bois and Fontenay-sous-Bois, thus improving public transport service in eastern Paris and opening up certain areas. neighborhoods. It will also improve the living environment by reclassifying the routes used, particularly the A186.

Tramline T3b – Porte d’Asnières > Porte Dauphine:
Since 2012, the T3b Tram has linked Porte de Vincennes (Paris 12th) to the current terminus “Porte de la Chapelle” (Paris 18th). The extension to Porte d’Asnières (Paris 17th) is currently under construction. The extension to Porte Dauphine (Paris 16th) will provide better service to the west of Paris. It will offer connections with the metro and the RER, notably at Porte Maillot with the RER C and the future extension of the RER E from spring 2024.

Tramline T7
Athis-Mons > Juvisy-sur-Orge:
Since 2013, the T7 Tram has linked Villejuif (94) to the current terminus “Athis-Mons Porte de l’Essonne” (91). The extension to Juvisy-sur-Orge (91) will connect the Orly-Rungis employment center to Juvisy-sur-Orge station, and will provide connections with RER C and D, metro 7 , 14 south, 15 and 18 as well as the TVM bus. This extension is part of a broader project to improve the living environment along the RN7.

Tramline T8
Saint-Denis Porte de Paris > Paris Gare Rosa-Parks:
Located to the south of the department of Seine-Saint-Denis and to the north of the City of Paris, the communes of Saint-Denis and Aubervilliers constitute with the 18th and 19th districts of Paris a dynamic and rapidly changing territory. In recent years, new offices, equipment and housing have been built: the ZAC Montjoie and Nozal Front Populaire, the restoration of General Warehouses and Stores, and the new Condorcet Campus.

The T8 tram extension project aims to support this transformation and strengthen the links between northern Paris and the Seine Saint-Denis department. 5.5 km long, the future tramway will connect Saint-Denis Porte de Paris to Paris Rosa-Parks station in less than 30 minutes. Ultimately, the T8 tram will be able to transport 100 to 130,000 passengers per day, including more than 80,000 on the extension alone.

Tramline T10
Parisian Garden > Clamart Station:
To respond even better to the mobility needs of the region and support the transformation of Clamart and its numerous urban projects in progress, it was decided to study the conditions for carrying out an extension of the T10 tram between the “Jardin Parisien” and “Clamart station”, allowing connection with metro line 15 and train N at the terminus, Clamart station.

This extension would allow shortened and reliable travel times for Clamart residents and more broadly for all users of the T10 tram, as well as greater comfort for users of currently saturated lines. Finally, this project would also present environmental benefits by promoting active mobility and intermodality.

Tramline T13
Saint-Germain > Achères:
With the T13 tram, Île-de-France Mobilités, a driving force for the region, is shaping the new face of Yvelines. Tomorrow, thanks to its extension from Saint-Germain-en-Laye to Achères, via Poissy, you will be able to travel easily and quickly from the north to the south of the department and take new connections with the existing transport network.

Culture Bus Lines
Board Culture Bus and let yourself be surprised by Île-de-France, discover exceptional places of interest (cultural, heritage, natural, etc.) or anecdotes located on a bus route in the Ile-de-France region. Culture Bus is also an invitation to travel and take the time.

The Culture Bus crisscrossed the entire region and incredible and sometimes unsuspected places. Take the time to marvel at your daily journey, to discover incredible places and to fully immerse yourself in the nature that surrounds us and the rich heritage. Exceptional places, wonderful gardens, museums, castles, gardens, unusual placesand incredible stories…

Choose your bus line and set off to discover the must-see or little-known addresses in your department. The Bièvre Photography Museum (line 15, Cholette stop) alone has more than a million photographs, making it one of the largest international collections. Or the rose garden on the island of Puteaux (line 176, Pont de Neuilly-Rive Gauche stop) cultivates more than 110 varieties of roses.

A true cultural pass, with the Navigo allows you to benefit from reduced, decreasing (or even free) rates from more than 300 cultural partners in Île-de-France. Castles, monuments, museums or artists’ houses, parks and forests… Culture Bus takes you through space and time with more than 700 short historical stories.

Culture Bus 75 – Paris

Line 24 (75 – Paris), discover: Fairground Arts Museum – 53 avenue des Terroirs de France – 75012 Paris; Vines and rose garden of Parc de Bercy – 128 Quai de Bercy – 75012 Paris; Open-air sculpture museum – 11 Bis Quai Saint-Bernard – 75005 Paris
Line 38 (75 – Paris), discover: Musée des Arts et Métiers – 60 Rue Réaumur – 75003 Paris; Sainte Chapelle – 10 boulevard du Palais – 75001 Paris; Garden of the Great Explorers – Avenue de l’Observatoire 75006 Paris
Line 77 (75 – Paris), discover: Greenhouses of the plant garden – 57 Rue Cuvier 75005 Paris; Musée Méliès – 51 Rue de Bercy – 75012 Paris; Lake Daumesnil 75012 Paris
Line 80 (75 – Paris), discover: Museum of Romantic Life 16 Rue Chaptal 75009 Paris; Korean Cultural Center – 20 Rue la Boétie – 75008 Paris; The small belt of the 15th
Line 84 (75 – Paris), discover: Jacquemart-André Museum – 158 Bd Haussmann – 75008 Paris; Expiatory Chapel 29 rue Pasquier 75008 Paris ; Deyrolle 46 Rue du Bac 75007 Paris
Line 96 (75 – Paris), discover: Delacroix Museum 6 Rue de Furstemberg 75006 Paris; Saint Jacques Tower Rue de Rivoli; L’Atelier des Lumières 38 Rue Saint-Maur 75011 Paris

Culture Bus 77 – Seine et Marne

Line A (77 -Seine et Marne), discover: Melun Art and History Museum 5 Rue du Franc Mûrier 77000 Melun (reduced rate and exclusive service for Navigo subscriber; Royal Abbey Notre-Dame-du-Lys 407 Av. du Lys 77190 Dammarie-les-Lys; Educational farm of the Château de Soubiran 170 Av. Henri Barbusse – 77190 Dammarie-les-Lys
Line 21 (77 – Seine et Marne), discover: Château de Fontainebleau, Place Charles de Gaulle, 77300 Fontainebleau ; Barbizon Departmental Museum of Painters, 92 Grande Rue, 77630 Barbizon; Leisure center, 4-12 Av. Max Pierrou, 77310 Boissise-le-Roi
Line 7D (77 – Seine et Marne), discover: Departmental Museum of Prehistory 48 Avenue Etienne Dailly 77140 Nemours ; Château-musée de Nemours 1 Rue Gautier 1er 77140 Nemours; Plaine de Sorques D104 77690 Montigny-sur-Loing
Line 207 (77 – Seine et Marne), discover: Dungeon of Moret-sur-Loing – 15 Rue du Donjon, 77250 Moret-sur-Loing; Barley Sugar Museum – Rue du Pont national, 77250 Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne; Marais d’Episy 77250, Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne
Line 210 (77 – Seine et Marne), discover: Château de Rosa Bonheur – 12 Rue Rosa Bonheur – 77810 Thomery (reduced rate for Navigo subscribers; Promenade Les Longs Sillons – Chemin Les Longs Sillons – 77810 Thomery; Tree climbing – Parc Lémurien – 31 Rue Pierre de Coubertin 77430 Champagne-sur-Seine

Culture Bus 78 – Yvelines

Line 4 (78 – Yvelines), discover: The Chapel of Clairefontaine – Impasse de l’Abbaye 78120 Clairefontaine en Yvelines; Château de la Celle 9 Rue de l’Église78720 La Celle-les-Bordes; Bonnelles Ponds Regional Nature Reserve
Line 23 (78 – Yvelines), discover: National Archeology Museum – Pl. Charles de Gaulle 78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye; Château de Monte-Cristo 78560 Le Port-Marly ; Diane’s tree, Parc de Diane, 7 rue Henri Prou 78340 Les Clayes-sous-Bois
Line 43 (78 – Yvelines), discover: Toy Museum 1 Enclos de l’Abbaye 78300 Poissy ; House of Emile Zola 26 Rue Pasteur 78670 Medan; Val de Seine Leisure Island, Chemin du Rouillard 78480 Verneuil-sur-Seine
Line 45 (78 – Yvelines), discover: Château de Thoiry 2 Rue du Pavillon de Montreuil 78770 Thoiry; The Butterfly Greenhouse, 1 avenue des Platanes 78490 Montfort l’Amaury; Tour Anne-de-Bretagne, 30 rue Saint-Laurent, 78490 Montfort l’Amaury
Line 401 (78 – Yvelines), discover: La Commanderie des Templiers – Route de Dampierre, CD 58, 78990 Élancourt; Museum of the town of Saint Quentin en Yvelines – Quai François Truffaut, 78180 Montigny-le-Bretonneux; Hameau de la Reine – Château de Versailles 78000 Versailles

Culture Bus 91 – Essonne

Line DM8 (91 – Essonne), discover: Camille Flammarion Observatory, 32 avenue de la Croix de France 91260 Juvisy-sur-Orge; Nymphée and Domaine de Piedefer, 21 rue Maurice Sabatier 91170 Viry-Châtllon; The lake of Viry-Châtillon 91170
Line 15 (91 – Essonne), discover: French Museum of Photography – 78 Rue de Paris – 91570 Bièvres; Educational farm – Parc Ratel- 91570 Bièvres; Vilgénis park and its castle 91300 Massy
Line 91-09 (91 – Essonne), discover: Maison et Parc Caillebotte – 8 rue de Concy – 91330 Yerres ; Lac des Docks – 91130 Ris-Orangis; Khanh-Anh Pagoda – Hare Park – 8 rue François Mauriac
– 91000 Evry
Line 91-10 (91 – Essonne), discover: Mus’X Route de Saclay 91120 Palaiseau; Foujita house-workshop – 7/9 Rte de Gif 91190 Villiers-le-Bâcle; Moulin d’Ors Nature Reserve 78117 Châteaufort
Line 4346 (91 – Essonne), discover: The Jean Cocteau Museum, 15 Rue du Lau, 91490 Milly-la-Forêt; Le Moulin de Dannemois, former home of the artist Claude François, 32 Rue du Moulin, 91490 Dannemois; The Art Glassworks of Soisy-sur-École, 12 Rue du Moulin des Noues, 91840 Soisy-sur-École

Culture Bus 92 – Hauts-de-Seine

Line 160 (92 – Hauts-de-Seine), discover: Historical Museum of the National Domain of Saint-Cloud Av. de la Grille d’Honneur 92210 Saint-Cloud; The terrace of Mont Valérien 16 Rue du Fécheray 14 92150 Suresnes; Sainte-Geneviève-et-Saint-Maurice Cathedral – 28 Rue de l’Église 92000 Nanterre
Line 169 (92 – Hauts-de-Seine), discover: Rodin’s house-workshop 19 Av. Auguste Rodin 92190 Meudon; French Playing Card Museum 16 Rue Auguste Gervais 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux; Ballon Generali Parc André Citroën 75015 Paris
Line 176 (92 – Hauts-de-Seine), discover: The rose garden of the Ile de Puteaux; Mastaba 1- 10 Av. Rhin et Danube – 92250 La Garenne-Colombes; Colombes Municipal Museum of Art and History – 2 Rue Gabriel Péri – 92700 Colombes
Line 175 (92 – Hauts-de-Seine), discover: Museum of the 1930s Espace Landowski, 28 Av. André Morizet 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt; Saint-Clodoald-de-Saint-Cloud Church; Parc Bécon Green Theater
Line 460 (92 – Hauts-de-Seine), discover: Paul-Belmondo Museum – 14 Rue de l’Abreuvoir – 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt; Landscaped gardens of Albert Kahn – 2 Rue du Port – 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt; La Fayette Escadrille Memorial – 5 Bd Raymond Poincaré – 92430 Marnes-la-Coquette

Culture Bus 93 – Saint-Saint-Denis

Line 102 (93 – Saint-Saint-Denis), discover: Rosny-Rail – 1 Bis Place des Martyrs de la Resistance et de la Deportation – 93110 Rosny-sous-Bois; The fishing walls – Impasse Gobetue 23 rue Saint Just – 93100 Montreuil; Viewpoint of the large traverse – Parc Jean Moulin 56 Rue des Ravins, 93100 Montreuil
Line 113 (93 – Saint-Saint-Denis), discover: Tropical agronomy garden – 45 Av. de la Belle Gabrielle 75012 Paris; Archaeosite of the Haute-île park avenue Jean Jaurès 93330 Neuilly-sur-Marne; Musée Eugène-Carrière – 5 Rue Ernest Pêcheux – 93460 Gournay-sur-Marne
Line 152 (93 – Saint-Saint-Denis), discover: Air and Space Museum Paris-Le Bourget Airport 93352 Le Bourget (reduced rate for the companion of the Navigo subscriber; Cherqui Foundation 61 rue Lécuyer 93300 Aubervilliers; Submarine L’Argonaute 30 Av. Corentin Cariou – 75019 Paris
Line 170 (93 – Seine-Saint-Denis), discover: 6B, 6-10 quai de Seine 93200 Saint-Denis; Paul Eluard Museum of Art and History of Saint-Denis – 22 bis Rue Gabriel Péri – 93200 Saint-Denis ; Edge of the Ourcq to Parc de la Villette
Line 253 (93 – Saint-Saint-Denis), discover: Street art avenue – 93200 Saint-Denis; Fabrique de la Ville – 4 Rue du Cygne – 93200 Saint-Denis; Georges Valbon departmental park – 55 Av. Waldeck Rochet – 93120 La Courneuve

Culture Bus 94 – Val de Marne

Line 23 (94 – Val-de-Marne), discover: Trotting Museum – Domaine de Grosbois 94470 Boissy-Saint-Léger; La Closerie Falbala Sentier des Vaux 94520 Périgny; Château de Brie-Comte-Robert – 1 rue du Château – 77170 Brie-Comte-Robert
Line 112 (94 – Val-de-Marne), discover: Cartoucherie Rte du Champ de Maneuver 75012 Paris; Former Abbey of Saint-Maur-des-Fossés – 4 Rue de l’Abbaye – 94100 Saint-Maur-des-Fossés; Edge of La Varenne marl
Line 124 (94 – Val-de-Marne), discover: La Fonderie 23 Rue de Neuilly 94120 Fontenay-sous-Bois; Puppet center of Halle Roublot 95 Rue Roublot 94120 Fontenay-sous-Bois; Château de Vincennes Avenue de Paris 94300 Vincennes
Line 132 (94 – Val de Marne), discover: Les Frigo, 19 Rue des Frigos 75013 Paris; Exploradôme 18 avenue Henri Barbusse 9440 Vitry-sur-Seine; Parc du Coteau Marcel Rosette Rue Edouard Tremblay 94400 Vitry-sur-Seine
Line 172 (94 – Val de Marne), discover: Mac Val – Pl. de la Libération – 94400 Vitry-sur-Seine ; The rose garden of Val-de-Marne – Rue Albert rue Watel- 94240 L’Haÿ-les-Roses; departmental of Sceaux 8 avenue Claude Perrault 92330 Sceaux

Culture Bus 95 – Val d’Oise

Line 95-07 (95 – Val-d’Oise), discover: Auberge Ravoux – 52 Rue du Général de Gaulle 95430 Auvers-sur-Oise; Camille Pissaro Museum 17 Rue du Château – 95300 Pontoise; Parc des Larris – 15 Clos des Larris – 95300 Pontoise
Line 95-23 (95 – Val d’Oise), discover: Claude and Françoise Pigeard Tool Museum – Rue de la Mairie 95420 Wy-dit-Joli-Village; The park of the Maison du Parc Naturel régional du Vexin français; Les Souterrains de Pontoise – Place de la Piscine 95300 Pontoise
Line 361 (95 – Val-d’Oise), discover: House of Claude Monet 21 Bd Karl Marx 95100 Argenteuil; Butte d’Orgemont 95100 Argenteuil; Ferme Pédagogique de la Butte Pinson 16 Rue Suzanne Valadon 95360 Montmagny