User:Epicgenius/Paris Métro rolling stock

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This is a list of current, former, and future rolling stock in service on the Paris Métro.

The rolling stock has steel-wheel ("MF" for matériel fer) and rubber-tyred trains ("MP", matériel pneu). The different versions of each kind are specified by year of design (not year of first use). For example, MP 59 was designed in 1959.

Current[edit]

Rubber-tyred[edit]

Version number Lines of operation Number of cars built Years of service Photo
MP 59 11 630 (144 in service) 1963+
Metro-Paris-Rame-MP59-Ligne-4.jpg
MP 73 6 252 (246 in service) 1974+
MP73 RATP Rolling stock.jpg
MP 89 14, 4 312 (CC), 126 (CA) 1997+
MP89 Ligne 4 - 02.jpg
MP 05 1 426 2 November 2011+
MP05 L1 2011-11-03 IMG 1045.JPG

Steel-wheel[edit]

Version number Lines of operation Number of cars built Years of service Photo
MF 67 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 3bis 1482 (643 in service) 1967+
Station-Stalingrad.jpg
MF 77 7, 8 and 13 985 1978+
Metro-Paris-Rame-MF77-ligne.jpg
MF 88 7bis 27 1993+
Station-Louis-Blanc.jpg
MF 01 2, 5, 9 800 2007+
Rame-MF2000-en-stationnement.jpg

No longer in service[edit]

  • M1: in service from 1900 until 1931.
  • Sprague-Thomson: in service from 1908 until 1983.
  • MA 51: in service on lines 10 and 13 until 1994.
  • MP 55: operated on Line 11 from 1956 until 1999, replaced by the MP 59.
  • Zébulon a prototype MF 67 which was used for training operators between 1968 and 2010. It never saw passenger service.

Future[edit]

  • MP NG: a future rubber-tyred rolling stock intended to replace the MP 59 and MP 73 stocks on Lines 6 and 11, and to add capacity on Line 14.

See also[edit]

Category:Paris Métro rolling stock