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How many tram lines are in activity in Paris at this date?
 

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Transdev STRAV (Val d'Yerre Network)
Line C1 Avenue Charles Christofle (Irisbus IVECO Citelis)


Line C2 rue de Villecresnes (Heuliez-Bus GX427)


Line C2 rue du Réveillon (Iveco urbanway)


Line Q Avenue Charles Christofle (IVECO urbanway 12)


Line I rue Les canotiers (Heuliez-Bus GX327)


Line I Avenue Charles Christofle (Heuliez-Bus GX327)
 

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Where can I find an UPDATED bus network map?
Here you can find the bus map by sectors in suburbs
Note, for the sector maps click on the links under the "Et aussi, nos plans de secteur géographiques multimodal :", not on the bus sign above.
http://www.ratp.fr/fr/ratp/c_20559/consultez-l-ensemble-des-plans/

Here the bus map inside the inner Paris (but it is not updated, some suburban bus routes that changed are still there :eek:hno:).
http://www.ratp.fr/informer/pdf/orienter/f_plan.php?loc=reseaux&nompdf=bus_paris&fm=gif

Bonjour...How is the daily ridership on T6 going?Is it better than expected?
Unfornately, I have no info about it.
 

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The station looks like it will be very elaborate and grand enough to be metro or rer.
To save cost, it was decided to reuse the tunnel boring machine that already had been use to bore the extension of the L12 of the metro. That's the reason why the tunnel of the T6 is so wide.


The works for the extension of the T3 has begun. Pics taken last week from the porte des poissonniers - close to the current last station of the line - where the T3 will cross the RER and D, and the tracks to the Gare du nord. On the right, behind the fence, the tracks of the Petite ceinture (there's a rom camp there... for the time being).

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