Paris metro::PLAN & MAP & CARTE
built in 1900-07-19 :: System length: 214km
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The Paris MÃ©tro, short for MÃ©tropolitain (French: MÃ©tro de Paris), is a rapid transit system |
in the Paris metropolitan area. A symbol of the city, it is noted for its density within the city limits &
its uniform architecture, influenced by Art Nouveau. It is mostly underground and 214 km long.
It has 303 stations,of which 62 have transfers between lines.There are 16 lines, numbered 1 to 14 with 2lines
3bis and 7bis, which are named because they started out as branches of lines 3 and 7; later they officially
became separate lines; the Metro is still numbered as if these lines were absent. Lines are identified on maps
by number and colour, and direction of travel is indicated by the terminus.It is the second busiest subway
system in Europe, after the Moscow Metro, and the tenth-busiest in the world. It carried 1.520 billion passengers
in 2015, 4.16 million passengers a day, which amounts to 20% of the overall traffic in Paris. It is one of the densest
metro systems in the world, with 245 stations within the 86.9 km2 of the city of Paris. ChÃ¢telet â€“ Les Halles, with 5 MÃ©tro
lines and three RER commuter rail lines, is the world's largest metro (subway) station. In 2016, it has been ranked as the
best public transport system in the world by the ITDP with 100 percent of people in the city of Paris having an easy access
to rapid transportation, ahead of 26 other international cities (including London, New York City and Tokyo).
Line3bis:Porte des Lilas-Gambetta Line7:La Courneuve:Villejuif:Mairie d'Ivry Line7bis:Louis Blanc-PrÃ© Saint-Gervais
Line8:Balard-Pointe du Lac Line9:Pont de SÃ¨vres-Mairie de Montreuil Line10:Boulogne-Gare d'Austerlitz
Line11: ChÃ¢telet-Mairie des Lilas Line12:Front Populaire-Mairie d'Issy Line13:ChÃ¢tillon â€“ Montrouge:Saint-Denis:Les Courtilles
Line14: Saint-Lazare-Olympiades 4 new lines of Paris MÃ©tro : Lines 15, 16, 17 and 18. Line 15, the longest of the new lines,
will be a circular line around Paris. It will open in 2022. Line 17 will run to Charles de Gaulle Airport by 2023. The two others lines will serve the suburban area of Paris.
|Examples of Lines & Stations||Line1:La DÃ©fense-ChÃ¢teau de Vincennes||Line2:Porte Dauphine-Nation||Line3:Pont de Levallois-Gallieni|
|Paris metro||Line4:Porte de Clignancourt-Mairie de Montrouge||Line5:Bobigny-Place d'Italie||Line6:Charles de Gaulle=Ã‰toile-Nation|