Gare de Cergy-le-Haut

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Cergy-le-Haut
RER commuter rail station
Cergylehaut gare.jpg
Cergy-le-Haut station
Station statistics
Line(s)
  RER A
Other information
Opened 29 August 1994
Owned by RATP
Fare zone 5

Cergy Le Haut is a railway station in Paris suburbs. The station was built in 1994 by the Agence des gares (J.-M. Duthilleul, E. Tricaud) and receives trains from Gare Saint-Lazare as well as the RER.

The station is half underground and was built in an area of openland fields, now built upon and is part of the network of stations serving the ville nouvelle of Cergy-Pontoise. It was part of a large project to develop the area and smart parisian style buildings have been built next to the station around a plaza situated above the tracks. Cergy – Le Haut is not yet fully developed so fields are next to the station and next to seven storey high apartment buildings.

Patronage is high so during the rush hours it is served by RER trains every ten minutes and by suburban trains every ten minutes. Trains on RER services are usually MI 84 and MI 2N whilst trains on suburban services are Z6400.

Preceding station   SNCF   Following station
Transilien ({{[1]}}) Terminus
Terminus (RER)(A)

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Coordinates: 49°02′53″N 2°00′43″E / 49.048°N 2.012°E / 49.048; 2.012