Île-de-France tramway Line 11 Express

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Tramway T11 Express
Tramway-T.svg Logo Paris tram ligne11.svg
Overview
Type Tramway
System Île-de-France tramway
Locale Paris, France
Termini Épinay-sur-Seine
Le Bourget
Stations 14
Operation
Opened July 2017 (2017-07)
Operator(s) Transkeo
Rolling stock Alstom Citadis Dualis
Technical
Line length 28 km (17 mi)
Tramway T11
Sartrouville RERRER A TransilienTransilien Paris – Saint-Lazare
Sartrouville Val Notre-Dame
Val d'Argenteuil TransilienTransilien Paris – Saint-Lazare
Argenteuil TransilienTransilien Paris – Saint-Lazare
Phase 2
Phase 1
Épinay-sur-Seine Tramways in Île-de-FranceÎle-de-France tramway Line 8 RERRER C
Epinay-Villetaneuse TransilienTransilien Paris – Nord
Villetaneuse-Université Tramways in Île-de-FranceÎle-de-France tramway Line 8
Pierrefitte-Stains RERRER D
Stains-Cerisaie
Dugny-La Courneuve
Le Bourget RERRER B
Phase 1
Phase 2
Drancy-Bobigny Tramways in Île-de-FranceÎle-de-France tramway Line 1
Bobigny-La Folie
Noisy-le-Sec Tramways in Île-de-FranceÎle-de-France tramway Line 1 RERRER E
front view of the tram vehicles set to roll on tram line 11, bearing the official squared logo

Tramway line T11 Express (known as the Tangentielle Nord and Tram Express Nord during the planning phase) is a future suburban tram-train line in France.

Route[edit]

The line is planned to be 28 kilometres (17 miles) long, from Sartrouville to Noisy-le-Sec, in the northern suburbs of Paris. It will have interchanges with existing SNCF Transilien trains, trams, metro, and Réseau Express Régional (RER) lines A, B, C, D and E.[1] There will be six new stations and eight interchange stations.

Project[edit]

The project was granted approval in May 2008.[2] The project was planned by Syndicat des transports d'Île-de-France (STIF) but is being jointly managed by SNCF and Réseau Ferré de France (RFF).[3]

The Tram Express Nord will be built in two phases. The first phase, from Epinay-sur-Seine to Le Bourget, is planned to open in July 2017; the remaining sections of the route (from Sartrouville to Epinay-sur-Seine, and from Le Bourget to Noisy-le-Sec) will open by 2023.

Tram Express Nord cost is estimated to €1.5 billion.

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