Île-de-France Mobilités Opens T3b Tramway Extension

On 5 April, Île-de-France Mobilités commenced passenger services on the T3b tramway extension to Porte Dauphine in Paris.

This achievement follows four years of work to connect the old terminus at Porte d’Asnières – Marguerite Long to the new terminus in Porte Dauphine, with the line now serving seven new stations.

The new terminus at Porte Dauphine
The new terminus at Porte Dauphine

The extended tram line will provide passengers with better access to the West of Paris, covering an additional 3.2 kilometres of line. This brings the tram line to a total length of 17.5 kilometres.

In addition, the extension also connects with numerous metro lines and the RER.

Trams operating on the T3b tramway
Trams operating on the T3b tramway

During peak hours, a tram will serve stations on the T3b tramway line every 4 minutes. To deliver this high-frequency service, 9 new comfortable, efficient and spacious trams have been delivered to operate on the extended line.

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