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Old February 11th, 2017, 10:12 AM   #5781
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Paris new metro, tram and RER lines for Paris 2014 olympics games.

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Old February 22nd, 2017, 05:03 PM   #5782
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From Metro Report

http://www.metro-report.com/news/new...-contract.html

Vinci awarded Paris Line 15 contract
22 Feb 2017



FRANCE: A joint venture led by Vinci Construction Grands Projets has been awarded a €926m contract to undertake civil works on an 8 km section of Line 15 South of the Grand Paris Express network, running between Fort d’Issy Vanves Clamart and Villejuif Louis-Aragon.

Two TBMs will be deployed to dig the tunnel with an internal diameter of 8∙7 m, one launched from Arcueil-Cachan towards Villejuif Louis-Aragon. The second will tunnel between Bagneux and Fort d’Issy Vanves Clamart, and then from Bagneux to Arcueil-Cachan

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Old March 22nd, 2017, 11:48 AM   #5783
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Paris new metro, tram and RER lines for Paris 2014 olympics games.
meh, 2024)
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Old March 23rd, 2017, 12:09 AM   #5784
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Adaptation work at Pyramide.
The existing stations of line 14 are being adapted for the northern extension.


Preliminary work for the southern extension of line 14 to Orly at Maison Blanche




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Old March 23rd, 2017, 08:36 PM   #5785
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My infatuation with this city has yet to die. Maison Blanche. Not far from where I stayed.
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Old March 28th, 2017, 12:40 AM   #5786
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Some pictures of the Metro:


Metro Platforms Porte de la Chapelle 19 February 2017


3064 Porte de la Chapelle 19 February 2017


3040 Pigalle 19 February 2017


30197 Les Courtilles 19 February 2017


30178 Chatillon Montrogue 19 February 2017


530 approaches Esplanade de La Défense 19 February 2017

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Old March 28th, 2017, 02:43 PM   #5787
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which will be the new rolling stock for all lines?
Ancient like noew ones please
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Old March 28th, 2017, 02:50 PM   #5788
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The work for the Northern extension of Line 14 ar eapparently 10 months behind schedule: https://twitter.com/JGBONTINCK/statu...95835797282816
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Old April 2nd, 2017, 10:12 PM   #5789
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A flood at Porte de Clichy.
They have or had a problem with the water table.
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Old April 5th, 2017, 08:04 AM   #5790
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Of all the wonderful engineering work done by the Metropolitan underground railways of Paris, the most complicated is that under the Place de l’Opera, where three great tubes cross each other, all of which must have station facilities in the crossing’s tangle. The three tubes, the platform, stairways, and elevators constitute a veritable Chinese puzzle, and the wonder is that the congested underground and overhead traffic has not been even more disturbed during the work.
Source: http://transitmap.net/post/158194517...ris-opera-1910

Read More: https://parisianfields.com/2013/03/3...nbuilt-bridge/
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Old April 5th, 2017, 08:05 PM   #5791
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Old April 18th, 2017, 03:51 PM   #5792
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Paris metro
Line 1: Bastille 38m (I did not include the 32m curve of the reverse loop at Porte Dauphine on line 2 because it is outside passengers service).

Paris metro has plenty of sharp curves.
You just have to look at the route of some lines to understand.

Paris Metro is the world record holder for the most reverse loops.









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Old April 29th, 2017, 10:40 AM   #5793
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The maintenance and storage facility (Site de Maintenance et de Remisage on the map) of line 14 (northen section) in Saint-Ouen is under construction:





For orientation purposes : the road on the left of the illustration is rue de Clichy.



The facility is built on land formerly occupied by a Total (Oil company) industrial compound, it is 23 000m² big, and will be linked by a 0.6 km tunnel to the station Clichy-Saint-Ouen. It includes:
- 1 delivery zone for trains.
- 1 zone for automatic transfer and storage of trains.
- 2 tracks dedicated to cleaning trains.
- 5 maintenance tracks on stilts.
- 10 000m² of office space.
On the right of the illustration we can see buildings that belong to the RER Nord section of the ZAC des Docks de Saint-Ouen: a 100 ha real estate operation that aims at changing what is now mostly an industrial suburb of Paris with new housing, commerce and office space.



Rue de Clichy as it is now.







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Old April 29th, 2017, 10:58 AM   #5794
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Is that construction close to the main sawage collector (from Paris to sewage treatment plant north of the city) ? I know this big sewer is somewhere in Saint-Ouen
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Old April 29th, 2017, 01:55 PM   #5795
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How long is the walk between Montparnasse platforms for lines 6 and 4?
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Old April 29th, 2017, 03:11 PM   #5796
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Is that construction close to the main sawage collector (from Paris to sewage treatment plant north of the city) ? I know this big sewer is somewhere in Saint-Ouen
It's roughly 1.6 km away as the treatment plant (Usine de prétraitement du SIAAP) is in fact in the neighbouring town of Clichy-la-Garenne; between rue du Port and the Seine River if you want to look it up on a map.
It is undergoing a big overhaul planned to last 7 years (2016-2021) by the way.
There's a SYCTOM plant (garbage incineration) right next door though

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How long is the walk between Montparnasse platforms for lines 6 and 4?
Around 200 meters. But the line 4 station in Montparnasse is currently under renovation and is inaccessible up to the 31st of may.
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Around 200 meters. But the line 4 station in Montparnasse is currently under renovation and is inaccessible up to the 31st of may.
I needed to go there couple times last week. I realized the platform was closed from the travel advice on Line 4. However, RATP was recommending a detour via Place d'Italie, when just travelling on line 4 two stations further south and changing to line 6 back west was enough (and an easy transfer without stairs going to Montparnasse).
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Old May 1st, 2017, 02:00 PM   #5798
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Big New exit Margueritte de Navarre for metro and rer (Les Halles, central) will open probably next week









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Old May 3rd, 2017, 12:53 PM   #5799
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A few photos of the extension works on line 4 towards Bagneux (southbound):



As a reminder: the Mairie de Montrouge station has been in service since 2013.



Illustration of the Verdun Sud station.



As it is now.



The station's "well".



This is the futur site of the Bagneux station of line 4 and 15. Photos taken from the Victor Hugo avenue.



At the crossroads of rue de Verdun and avenue Henri Barbusse. If a few of those "commie blocks" will remain, many will be destroyed and replaced with new buildings, as the entire area is undergoing an urban renewal plan called ZAC Victor Hugo.







Construction works along the Henri Barbusse avenue.
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Old May 5th, 2017, 03:15 PM   #5800
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Châtelet - Les Halles station - New acces place Marguerite de Navarre.

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Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr

Ecrans d'information sur le trafic sur la place Marguerite de Navarre :


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr

Le système de fermeture de l'accès à la station :


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr


Nouvel accès station Châtelet Les Halles - Place Marguerite de Navarre [Paris Ier] by Cochise75, sur Flickr
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