Le Vésinet – Centre (Paris RER)

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Le Vésinet - Centre RER
Ms61 VesinetCentre.jpg
Owned by RATP
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Other information
Fare zone 4
Opened 1 October 1972
Preceding station   RER   Following station

Le Vésinet-Centre is a railway station in Le Vésinet, a suburb about 16 km west of central Paris. Le Vésinet-Centre station utilises a basic RER station setup, two tracks and two side platforms.


Le Vésinet-Centre is on the A1 branch of the RER A. Therefore, westbound services always terminate at Saint-Germain-en-Laye whilst eastbound ones travel to downtown Paris and Boissy-Saint-Léger on the A2 branch. Passengers must switch at Vincennes for trains to Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy on the A4 branch. In general, evening service arrives every 15 minutes, off-peak service arrives at 10-minute intervals, and at peak hours trains come every six minutes.

The station is in zone 4 of the RATP fare zone system. A ticket for any station outside of this zone increases based on the number of zones travelled. Thus, whilst a ticket to any station in zone 4 is only €1.50, a ticket to zone 1 (equivalent of central Paris) costs €3.60.


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Coordinates: 48°53′24″N 2°08′02″E / 48.890°N 2.134°E / 48.890; 2.134