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(France )PARIS-T1

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Paris T1 (1)

Paris T1 (2)

Paris T1 (3)
Paris-T1
In 1992 tramway was restored in Paris, after its closure in 1938. Line T1 (La Courneuve-Bobigny, few months later extended up to Gare St. Denis) was the first line to be opened in 1992, followed in 1997 by line T2 (Issy Val de Seine-La Defense), which runs on the eleder track of a local railway supplied by third rail.
. In 2003 T1 (whose track lies in the north-eastern part of the city) has been extended east up to Noisy-le-Sec (3 km); currently T1 interchanges with local railways (RER) at Gare St. Denis and Noisy-le-Sec, and with 3 metro lines at Bobigny, Corneuve and Basilique St. Denis. Further extensions are expected: western extension from Saint Denis to Asničres and Gennevilliers, southern extension from Noisy-le-Sec to Montreuil and Val de Fontenay RER station.
T2 (south-west) interchanges with local railways at Issy Val de Seine and La Defense, and with one of the metro lines at La Defense. Two extensions are in advanced planning phase: eastern extension from Issy Val de Seine to Porte de Versailles (transfer point to and from metro L12, tram T3), northern extension from La Defense to Bezons.
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description uptaded on Jan 29th, 2011

map created on Jan 29th, 2011 (© 2005-2014 Ing. M. Tarozzi)

CHRONOLOGY
06-07-1992Bobigny-La Courneuve 8 Mai 1945
18-12-1992La Courneuve 8 Mai 1945-Saint Denis
15-12-2003Bobigny–Noisy le Sec

CountryFrance
LineT1
InhabitantsCity 2.150.000, District 11.175.000
Date opening1992
Future development:western extension (2011) from Saint Denis to Asnières, Gennevilliers and Ile-Saint-Denis; eastern extension (2013) from Noisy-le-Sec to Montreuil and Val de Fontenay RER station
Length (km)11
Track sectionsground level mostly in reserved lanes
Stops26, average distance m 450
Platformsheigth 35 cm
Platform doors--
General characteristics--
n. of vehicles35
n. of cars per vehicle3
Typesteel wheels, bi-directional
Vehicle dimensions (m)length 29.4; width 2.30
Vehicle capacity (pax)178 (52 seated)
Frequency 5'/8'
Current/Voltage750 V DC overhead
Type of guide/gaugestandard gauge rails (1435 mm)
Speed Km/hComm 24, Max --
Accel./Decel. (m/sec2) 
System capacity--
Ridership30 millions pax/year
Total cost10 M Euro/km
Staff--
System builderALSTOM
ModelTFS
NOTEconstruction phases: Gras St. Denis-Bobigny Picasso (1992); Bobigny-Noisy-le-Sec (2003)
technical data uptaded on Jan 29th, 2011