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RER.svg Paris rer E jms.svg
Stations 22
Ridership 60,000,000 journeys per year
Opened 1999
(last extension in 2003)
Rolling stock SNCF Class Z 22500
Line length 52.3 km (32.5 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Route map
RER E.svg

Geographically accurate path of the RER E
Mantes-la-Jolie Transilien Paris – Saint-LazareTransilien Paris – Montparnasse
Épône - Mézières
Les Mureaux
Les Clairières de Verneuil
Vernouillet - Verneuil
Poissy Transilien Paris – Saint-Lazare
 A5  to La Défense
Nanterre - La Folie
La Défense RER ATransilien La Défense Paris Métro
Neuilly – Porte Maillot RER C Paris Métro
Haussmann – Saint-Lazare Paris Métro
Magenta RER BRER D
Rosa Parks Paris Métro
Canal de l'Ourcq
Bondy Tramways in Île-de-France
Le Raincy – Villemomble – Montfermeil
Le Chénay – Gagny
Chelles – Gournay
Rosny – Bois-Perrier
Val de Fontenay RER A
Nogent – Le Perreux
Les Boullereaux – Champigny
Villiers-sur-Marne – Le Plessis-Trévise
Les Yvris – Noisy-le-Grand
Émerainville – Pontault-Combault

The RER E (originally referred to as the EOLE, or Est Ouest Liaison Express) is one of the five lines in the RER rapid transit system serving Paris, France. The line runs from the western terminus Haussmann St-Lazare (E1) to the eastern terminuses Chelles-Gournay (E2) and Tournan (E4). It is operated by SNCF.

The line's construction leaves Gare Montparnasse as the only mainline terminus in Paris not directly connected to the RER system, the Montparnasse main line being connected to the RER at Versailles-Chantiers and the LGV Atlantique at Massy Palaiseau .


Train arriving at Haussmann – St-Lazare on the RER E.
Station Magenta on the RER E

RER E opened on 12 July 1999 between Haussmann – St-Lazare and Chelles-Gournay. The construction included a 2 km tunnel between Haussmann – St-Lazare and Magenta (which serves Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord).

The line was first extended with a new branch from Noisy le Sec to Villiers-sur-Marne on 30 August 1999. This branch was extended to Tournan on 14 December 2003.

On 13 December 2015, Rosa Parks station opened in the 19th arrondissement of Paris.[1]


Map of the extension to Mantes-la-Jolie

RER E is to be extended from Haussmann – St-Lazare to La Défense, from where it will take over the branch of RER A to Nanterre, Sartrouville and Poissy. It would then take over a section of SNCF tracks to reach Mantes-la-Jolie. Partial revenue service is expected to begin in 2018, full service in 2020.[2]

An eight kilometre tunnel will be dug between Haussmann – St-Lazare and La Défense. An intermediate station at Porte Maillot will offer a transfer to RER C. The extension is expected to reduce the load on central sections of RER B (between Gare du Nord and Châtelet) and RER A (between La Défense and Auber) by 10-15%. Additionally, transfers will be shifted away from current transfer hub Châtelet.[3]

List of RER E stations[edit]

Branch Station Zone Served municipalities Connections
E1 Haussmann – Saint-Lazare 1 Paris Transilien Saint-Lazare ; métro 3,12,13,14 ; Grandes lignes SNCF ; bus RATP 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 43, 53, 66, 80, 81, 94, 95
Magenta 1 Paris Transilien Nord ; RER B, D ; métro 2,4,5 ; bus RATP 26, 38, 42, 43, 48, 65, 302, 350 ; Grandes lignes SNCF ; Ter SNCF ; Eurostar ; Thalys ; TGV
Rosa Parks 1 Paris tram T3b
Pantin 2 Pantin bus RATP 170
Noisy-le-Sec 3 Noisy-le-Sec tram T1 ; bus RATP 105
E2 Bondy 3 Bondy bus RATP ; TRA ; Transilien
Le Raincy – Villemomble – Montfermeil 4 Villemomble, Le Raincy, Montfermeil par TRA bus RATP 114 ; TRA 601, 602, 603, 605
Gagny 4 Gagny bus RATP 121, 221, 303 ; TRA 604, 623
Le Chénay – Gagny 4 Gagny bus TRA 642, 701
Chelles – Gournay 4 Chelles Transilien Est ; bus RATP 113, 213, 313 ; TRA 613, 642c scolaire ; TVS 54.10 ; 13, 19 ; APOLO A, B, C, E
E4 Rosny – Bois-Perrier 3 Rosny-sous-Bois bus RATP
Rosny-sous-Bois 3 Rosny-sous-Bois bus RATP and Titus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Val de Fontenay 3 Fontenay-sous-Bois RER A ; bus RATP 116, 118, 120 ; Titus 5 ; TRA 702
Nogent – Le Perreux 3 Nogent-sur-Marne, Le Perreux-sur-Marne bus RATP 114, 116, 120, 210, 317
Les Boullereaux – Champigny 3 Champigny-sur-Marne
Villiers-sur-Marne – Le Plessis-Trévise 4 Villiers-sur-Marne, Le Plessis-Trévise
Les Yvris – Noisy-le-Grand 4 Noisy-le-Grand
Émerainville – Pontault-Combault 4 Émerainville, Pontault-Combault
Roissy-en-Brie 5 Roissy-en-Brie
Ozoir-la-Ferrière 5 Ozoir-la-Ferrière bus Cars Biziere
Gretz – Armainvilliers 5 Gretz-Armainvilliers bus Darche-Gros 30
Tournan 5 Tournan-en-Brie Transilien Est ; bus Darche-Gros 30


Geographically accurate path of the RER E


Names of services[edit]

Like all the other RER lines, each train is named after the route it takes. The first letter designates the destination, the second indicates whether the train will call at every station or not.

Regular names of services of trains departing from Paris are, among others, TAVA (stops at Magenta, Noisy-le-Sec, Val de Fontenay, and all stations from Villiers-sur-Marne to Tournan), VOHA (stops at every station, all the way to Villiers-sur-Marne), COHI (stops at every station all the way to Chelles — Gournay).

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "RER E: Ouverture de la gare Rosa Parks sur la ligne E du RER". STIF. December 2015. Retrieved 2015-12-13. 
  2. ^ "PROLONGEMENT DU RER E À L’OUEST : APPROBATION DE L’AVANT-PROJET" (PDF). STIF. 2014-03-05. Retrieved 2014-03-26. 
  3. ^ "RER E: Prolongement d‘Haussmann-Saint-Lazare à Mantes-la-Jolie" (pdf). STIF. February 2013. Retrieved 2014-03-26. 

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